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Ron Avery

The PoliceOne Firearms Corner

Ron Avery was the co-founder and director of training for The Tactical Performance Center (TPC) located in St. George, Utah. A former police officer, as well as a martial artist, Ron brought that experience into the training environment. He was internationally recognized as a researcher, firearms trainer and world-class shooter, and his training methodology has been used by hundreds of agencies and thousands of individuals across the US and internationally. He was a weapons and tactics trainer for handgun, carbine, precision rifle and shotgun, as well as advanced instructor schools, defensive tactics, low light tactics and officer survival.

Ron passed away on February 23, 2019, leaving a legacy of contributions to police firearms and defensive tactics training.

This year’s SHOT Show featured some multi-purpose innovative gear offering great value for the money
LE and government need to treat CCW holders as a valuable, volunteer resource and educate, coordinate and actively work with them
Anyone who has competed or watched competitive shooters in USPSA, IPSC, Steel Challenge, 3-Gun Nation, and other action-shooting sports knows just how fast and accurate these shooters can be
I stopped by and spoke with the owner in regards to the new Bix’n Andy Remington 700 replacement trigger system and some other top quality products
Nexus Ammunition may very well be the home of some of the most consistently accurate rifle ammo on the commercial market
The company is known in the competitive shooting world for their red dot sights on handguns
These look a lot better than other leather or leather/kydex combinations I saw at SHOT Show
Best known for high performance, hard cast lead bullets and ammo for hunting or defense against big critters, the company is making a line of .300 Blackout subsonic ammo
The SPOT Trace can be placed on a vehicle, ATV, motorcycle, or other precious cargo
The times they are a-changin’, and red dots are going to become more widely accepted as time goes on