Going to the range is more to me than just training. Sure, it reinforces a lifestyle that I chose for myself and I think that it keeps me safer, but it's about more than that to me. If you have ever went to the range, laid down behind a scope and slowly fired round after round logging each one, than you know what I am talking about. If you ever got together with a friend and did more talking than shooting, then you know what I mean. The range is a sanctuary.
I think that it is only fair that we start with an introduction. I am Joe. It would not be unfair to call me an average Joe. I live in middle america, am about 6 foot and 200 lbs, I make a medium income and spend as much as possible on items that give me pleasure. I have been in law enforcement for 15 years and last year made a change to that not being my full time job.
I have always loved going to the range, but a few years ago my dad and I went to the range together. Before long we made it a normal Sunday morning thing. Now to be honest we could have done anything, rebuild an old car, rode motorcycles, but we went to the range. It was perfect. It was training that reinforces my career and lifestyle and it costs us about $12 bucks a weekend. Even less if we just blink with .22. We spend more time talking and figuring out problems than we do shooting sometimes, but... I think that we all know that it doesn't matter.
I started Half God Tactical because I wanted to buy cheap guns for my friends, then my friend's friends came in and now I feel like I have a good steady, all be it small, but loyal group of dudes and a few ladies that I would not trade for anything. Thanks to all who have supported this journey.