The SIG Sauer Bravo 4 is a high-quality, versatile optic that is designed for use on a wide range of firearms. It is a 4x magnification scope that is built to withstand the rigors of tactical and shooting sports applications.
One of the standout features of the Bravo 4 is its rugged construction. It is built with a durable aluminum body that is shock-resistant and waterproof, making it ideal for use in harsh environments. The scope is also fog-proof, which is an important consideration for those who shoot in humid or foggy conditions.
The Bravo 4 also offers a number of useful features that make it a great choice for shooting enthusiasts and professionals. It has a wide field of view and large eye relief, which makes it easy to acquire targets quickly and comfortably. The reticle is also designed to be easy to see and use, with a simple crosshair design that is suitable for a variety of shooting applications. Did I mention it comes with a red dot that allows for mounting up top for close-range work? Well, it does! This pack comes with a Romeo Zero that you can mount directly on the optic.
Overall, the SIG Sauer Bravo 4 is a high-quality, durable optic that is well-suited for a wide range of shooting applications. It is built to withstand the rigors of tactical and shooting sports use, and offers a number of useful features that make it easy to use and accurate. Whether you are a shooting enthusiast or a professional, the Bravo 4 is a great choice for those who need a reliable, versatile optic.
We are excited to let you guys know that we have a fresh batch of our LEO trade-in firearms. These trade-ins come from local law enforcement agencies and have been thoroughly inspected and refurbished to ensure they are in top condition. As a responsible gun owner, purchasing LEO trade-in is a great way to get your hands on a high-quality firearm while not breaking the bank. These trade-ins offer a unique opportunity to own a piece of history and give a second life to a well-cared-for firearm. Our LEO trade-ins include a variety of makes and models, including popular brands like Glock, Smith & Wesson, and Sig Sauer. We also have a selection of rifles and shotguns to choose from. Don’t miss out on this chance to own LEO trade-in. Stop by our store or shop online to browse our selection. Here is a quick peak into some of what we currently have!
A new entry into the P320 chassis world, The Strike Modular Chassifor SIG SAUER P320 by Strike Industries is THE MOST MODULAR SIG SAUER P320 CHASSIS IN THE WORLD. With the included and sold separately optional SMC parts and accessories, over 20+ configurations are possible for each user to set up exactly how they want it. Take your existing 320 FCU and complete the slide or purchase a new 320 FCU and a cool grey ghost slide or Fdez Works slide and you are good to go. Pretty cool option especially if you are not having any luck getting a Flux Raider. These give you a little more versatility, you can pick your brace/ decide if you want to run one at all. The mounting of optics has never been easier with the multi-footprint mounting system. No having to figure out what adapter plate to run, this is set up to run the major mounting footprints of the industry.
Benny, the leader of the showroom, also took Pistol 1 two weeks back. Here is what he responded with!
1. What is your prior firearm experience? Mostly shotgun and rifle shooting and never delved into handguns on the same level that I did Saturday in class.
2. What firearm/setup were you shooting? Walther PDP 4″ with TLR-7 in a Trex Arms Ragnarok holster in a mid-ride safari land belt holster OWB with the QLS fork system on a Nexbelt.
3. What did you hope to learn going into this class? How to improve my pistol fundamentals and learn some different ways to shoot.
4. What was your biggest takeaway from the class? Grip and drawing from the holster to form my grip better
5. What area did you improve the most? my grip and how to effectively draw
6. Is there anything you thought you would learn but did not? No
7. What did you think of Shane’s teaching style? What about Pete and Bryan? Shane is probably one of the most chill dudes that I’ve been able to learn from in any field and made the experience short and memorable. Pete was fast on picking out pointers for small errors on how to improve. Bryan made the experience personal the way he and Shane would bounce info off each other gave it more of a conversation feel
8. Are you interested in taking the Pistol 2 class? next year and in the summer, it was freezing this weekend
9. How did you feel shooting Shane’s shoot 2 standards? shooting his standard made me realize how far I have to go
10. What’s next for you? more classes at impact with Shane
Not all of us at AIM go shoot every chance we have, some of us shoot randomly and some are not old enough to even own a pistol. This past week one of those things changed and Jon turned 21 and bought his first pistol to carry. Jon jumped right into the mix and took a class with Shane Cardwell at Impact Shooting Center with the help of Bryan and Pete from AIM. I tossed Jon the usual questions to see how he felt after taking the class.
1. What is your prior firearm experience? Some recreational shooting once or twice a year for the past 10+ years
2. What firearm/setup were you shooting? Sig P365-XMACRO
3. What did you hope to learn going into this class?
Basics, technique, and general info
4. What was your biggest takeaway from the class?
My biggest takeaway was the reshaping of my outlook on shooting a pistol. Most of the techniques and instruction that I have assumed or been taught throughout my life were inherently causing problems with my performance. I gained a new goal of completing various standards and becoming better.
5. What area did you improve the most?
I significantly improved my grip, arm position, and red dot usage.
6. Is there anything you thought you would learn but did not?
7. What did you think of Shane’s teaching style? What about Pete and Bryan?
I felt as if I learned something from all 3 instructors. The teaching style made for a relaxing, yet educational and fun class.
8. Are you interested in taking the AIWB class?
I took pistol 1 & 2 over the weekend so when AIWB comes back next year I will take that for sure.
9. How did you feel shooting Shane’s shoot 2 standards?
I really enjoyed them and will definitely be working towards passing them.
10. What’s next for you?
The Impact AIWB class next year.
I am fairly new to shooting other than recreationally once a year for the past decade. I made the decision to take my shooting performance seriously and sign up for pistol 1 & 2 at Impact Shooting Center this past weekend. I went into the class with open expectations, but not expecting the level of instruction that I received. I was somewhat ambivalent about signing up for these classes, but after taking them I could not be more satisfied with my experience.
Day one was definitely the most influential class for me. Almost everything that I had assumed or been taught throughout my life was causing problems with my performance. I quickly began to see just how much grip and positioning affect my shooting performance. The class was very hands-on and allowed for an ample amount of one-on-one instruction. Shane was very easy to get along with and made all of us feel like a group of friends at the range.
The methods that he uses to “teach” are very advantageous and instrumental. He was careful to point out that the methods he was teaching were “a way, not the way.” Going into a class led by someone like Shane, you expect a level of arrogance and to be looked down on, but this was the exact opposite. Our class ranged from myself, who was a new shooter, to someone who had taken 75+ classes. We were all treated equally and given the same amount of instruction that was tailored to our individual performance and needs. We were lucky enough to have two great assistant instructors: Bryan & Pete of AIM Surplus. They were both just as helpful and instructive as Shane. They each offered a unique perspective that summed to my personal benefit.
Day two was a real step up in terms of shooting. For the first time ever, I was able to complete various drills that involved moving and shooting. I specifically enjoyed the stage that the instructors set up where we were able to move and shoot through obstacles and varying distances. This entire class felt very hands-on and involved a lot of shooting, movement, and personal coaching. At the end of each class, Shane allows everyone to shoot his standards. The level of improvement I saw in my own performance was significant. My speed and accuracy had already been significantly impacted by what I had learned.
At the end of the two-day class, I was sad that it was over but very satisfied with what I had learned. The first thing that crossed my mind at the end of day two was “when is the next class I can sign up for.” Taking these classes was the best decision that I’ve made for my own growth and safety. I recommend these classes to anyone who wants to improve their own shooting performance. This is the type of class that you can take whether you have never shot a gun, or if you have been shooting for your entire life.
The amount of knowledge and technique I took away from these classes is unmeasurable. This is only the first class of many that I will be taking with Shane Cardwell at Impact Shooting Center