Posted August 9, 2018 11:19 am by Comments

By NRAHQ

NRA Carry Guard Senior Advisor Mike Pannone

USA

“We never lose sight of the mission at hand, which in this instance is to provide the best training available.”

CG: Was competitive shooting always an interest of yours, or did that develop after leaving the military? What was your path to getting into USPSA?

MP: Yes, but it was always a matter of finding time to do it between deployments and schools. I like going fast when it comes to shooting, and USPSA is the best way to do that in a meaningful way. It provides legitimate feedback on your actual skills relative to a national database of tens of thousands of shooters. Given the chance, I’d shoot a match or two a week—I enjoy and benefit from it that much. I am a very competitive Type-A person, so it just suits me and is the absolute best way to validate your skills and training against a national audience of competitors.

CG: What are your hallmarks as an instructor? What about your background do you think causes you to stand out the most?

MP: I was very blessed by my parents to receive a tremendous formal education, and that has fostered my level of formal …Read the Rest

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