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Leads on Moving Targets With Pistols

I know that I have readers who believe in liberty, tolerance, and free speech, as long as it doesn’t have anything to do with Jesus…If that’s you, I ask for a few moments of tolerance, open mindedness and I think you’ll appreciate what I’m about to say. Today is Good Friday.  The day when a…

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KKM Match Grade Glock 26 Replacement Barrel Field Test & Review

8” groups at 85 yards…with a subcompact? A couple of months ago, I decided to upgrade the little 3.42″ barrel in my Glock 26. I changed the ammo I was carrying from 124gr to 147gr and the stock barrel didn’t seem to like it as much. Specifically, I have steel in my back yard at…

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Training for reality vs. training for averages

In general, most people want things delivered in nice clean packages. It’s natural to want complex ideas simplified down to a soundbite or bumper sticker. And it’s normal to want specific shooting scenarios or defensive situations to practice for…a drill that we can complete in a specific amount of time and know that we’re “good…

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Visual, Vestibular Drills For Shooting Esophoria

I don’t know about you, but I enjoyed watching the NCAA championship last night.  I’m not much of a basketball fan, but I am a big fan of watching people perform at a high level under stress. Just to add a little fun to the night, I decided to wear a UNC fleece, even though…

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See how the right grip can cut your draw time in half and your followup speed by 75%

In a gunfight or competition, the time from beep to bang doesn’t matter nearly as much as the time from beep to when you make your first effective hit. You simply can’t miss fast enough to win a gun fight…and only effective hits count. And one of the fundamentals of fast first hits under stress…

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The myth of “Point” or “Instinctive” shooting

I got a great question/comment on Facebook today and I wanted to share it, and my response, with you… I talked some with Stephen…he has real world experience stopping lethal force threats with a pistol.  But he had 10s of thousands of rounds of practice ammo provided for him that allowed him to develop the…

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Fighter Pilots & Combat Pistol

I got a well meaning question on FB that I wanted to share with you. It’s important to understand that people say things on social media in ways that they’d never say in person: Edward made the common mistake of thinking that being able to hit things when you’re plinking with friends with no stress…

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Low Ready vs. Holster & Sighted vs. Unsighted Shooting

We’ve got a shooting study group that meets once a month to force us to get out of our comfort zone and give instructors a place to get pushed.  It’s made up of local and Federal law enforcement from a couple of states, veterans who are serious about shooting, and a few civilians. A lot…

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Speed up your 1-Handed Drawstroke From Concealment

Today, we’re going to talk about 1-handed drawstrokes from concealment. I sprained my wrist falling on the ice a couple of weeks ago, so I haven’t been able to use my left hand while shooting since then. This weekend, I even shot an IDPA match 1 handed, because that’s all I had.  It was slower,…

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21 Day Alpha Shooter Dry Fire Evolution

  (This is the email that I sent out to my subscribers when I launched 21 Day Alpha Shooter, explaining the evolution of the course.) In September of 2008, I got hammered by the sub-prime market collapse.  I went from being on the verge of selling my company to the verge of bankruptcy and it…

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