How Much Should I Train? Ken Hackathorn and Adam Painchaud

Hear Adam and Ken’s thoughts on how often to hit the range

Legend Ken Hackathorn and Adam on more firearms training options

You’ll hear Adam and Ken’s thoughts on how often to hit the range or take a class, as well as how to gauge how much training to do. You’ll also discover the constraint most have when trying to find time to train, along with how the cost of training, ammo and travel factors in to training regularly. Plus how to grab the time you can get to train when you can get it.

They also share why there is great value from the E3 Firearms Association platform, and why you need to follow an established trainer like Adam and Ken. You’ll hear the path lots of young people take to learn how to shoot, in addition to what your bottom line goal should be when training. They explain the two things you want to get good at, and why you’ll want to master the fundamentals first.

You’ll hear Ken’s favorite thing to teach, how to find out what you do best, and train on that, and how to get where you feel confident with your training regimen. Plus they share why hand gun is still valid in training circles, and why Ken is the most sincere face in the world of firearms.

Legend Ken Hackathorn talks with Adam about options on more ways to train with your firearm. Ken Hackathorn has served as a US Army Special Forces Small Arms Instructor, Gunsite Instructor, and NRA Police Firearms Instructor. He is currently an FBI Certified Firearms Instructor, Certified Deputy Sheriff with Washington County SO, Ohio, and a SRT member and Special Response Team trainer. Ken has trained US Military Special Operations forces, Marine FAST and SOTG units and is a contract small arms trainer to FBI SWAT and HRT.

About Ken Hackathorn

ken hackathornKen Hackathorn has served as a US Army Special Forces Small Arms Instructor, Gunsite Instructor, and NRA Police Firearms Instructor. He is currently an FBI Certified Firearms Instructor, Certified Deputy Sheriff with Washington County SO, Ohio, and a SRT member and Special Response Team trainer. Ken has trained US Military Special Operations forces, Marine FAST and SOTG units and is a contract small arms trainer to FBI SWAT and HRT.

Ken has provided training to Federal, State, and local law enforcement agencies and been active in small arms training for the past 25 years. He has written firearms related material for Guns & Ammo, Combat Handguns, Soldier Of Fortune, and currently American Handgunner and contributed to at least six other gun/shooting journals. Ken was also a founding member of IPSC and IDPA.

 

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