If you don’t know about Pistol-Training.com, then you must have been living under a rock. And you probably haven’t read any of our training articles. We have numerous articles covering drills that come from this website. But the website hadn’t been updated since 2016 after the owner, Todd Louis Green, passed away. Until recently.
Pistol-Training.com, now being run by a close friend of Todd, “SLG,” got a facelift and is being updated regularly. Here’s the first post he made announcing that the website is back (published with permissions from SLG.)
If you’ve stopped by pistol-training.com over the past couple of months you may have noticed some changes. Between the necessary website updates and a refresh in the look, we’ve been slowly getting ready for this moment. Pistol-Training.com is back!
As Todd conceived it, pistol-training.com will remain a blog for like-minded people to learn and discuss various firearms-related topics. Pistols and concealed carry will always be a going concern here, but there will be much more discussion about rifles and other aspects of the firearms world as well.
Todd was my training partner for many years, and though I mostly knew what his thoughts were on anything gun-related, I still read every post he wrote when he shared it so that I wouldn’t miss some nugget. I will not pretend to be as insightful as Todd was, but I hope to continue what he started, both as a lasting tribute to him, as well as a way for me to memorialize and sort through my own lifelong interest in shooting.
This blog will focus on using guns.
There are lots of places online to find content about guns and gear, latest or greatest, but not many gun people actually know how to shoot, or even seem that interested in learning the skill. Owning guns seems to be enough for them, and that is fine. For those of us whose passion is hitting what we aim at, the gun itself is not actually the most important part.
I hope that pistol-training.com will continue to be what Todd made it, a great place to read about using a gun. Todd was great at explaining the meaningful differences between guns, from a shooter’s standpoint, but in looking over the diverse array of guns he shot here, it should be clear that it is the shooter, not the firearm, that makes things happen.
Welcome back and I hope you enjoy the new pistol-training.com as much as we all did the original. As Todd would say, train hard & stay safe!