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How fast should you dry fire so you don’t outrun the gun in live fire?

I just finished up testing a super-compressed 28 day dry fire program with a group of IDPA shooters. It’s part of a bigger, ground breaking project that I’ll be able to share the details on soon. It is an advanced training designed to help shooters improve qualifier and classifier performance as quickly as possible when…

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3 Tips For Increasing Trigger Speed And Accuracy

“I feel the need…the need for speed!” -Maverick & Goose Shooting a gun fast is a LOT of fun. Shooting a gun fast and accurately, like in this video a few years ago where I shoot a 6” group with .14-.18 splits with a Glock 26 is ridiculously fun.     Unfortunately, most of the…

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Using a Sig MPX Pellet Gun for AR-15 Dry Fire Practice

If you haven’t checked out the The Sig MPX CO2 pellet rifle and it’s longer cousin, the MCX, you should….in fact, keep reading after you watch the video to see how you could get one for free!   If you’d like to get one for free, you need to pay attention quick… I told you…

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If It’s Cold Where You Are, Do THESE Drills Today

In most places, when it’s cold outside, everything seems to slow down. You’ve got to take time to bundle up and warm up your vehicle. You might have to drive slower. A lot of our time gets eaten up with snow removal and tending the fire (we heat with wood). Everything takes longer. And training…

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Just “knowing” how to shoot won’t cut it for self defense…here’s why

I used to love watching GI Joe cartoons. If you don’t remember or don’t know, they’d have little public service announcements like, “if some sketchy dude pulls up next to you in a van with the windows blacked out and asks if you want candy…say no!” And then they’d say, “Now you know…and knowing is…

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Practicing one hole groups is useless for self defense…without this.

I talk a lot about how important it is to be able to shoot 1 hole groups at close distances with your carry gun. And I get a lot of flack for it. “That’s useless for self defense…you need to spread out your shots” “Anyone can do that…if they can’t, they shouldn’t own a gun”…

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“Shocking” “Ban(ne)d” Dry Fire Recoil Training Technique

One of the biggest challenges of dry fire is how to practice and improve recoil management. That’s why I started experimenting with different ways to fix the problem several years ago. Most of what I tried didn’t work that well… but I kept trying. The solution ended up being ridiculously simple and powerful. I have…

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“What About Pistol Caliber Carbines (PCCs) For Home Defense?”

I got a great question yesterday from Dave about Pistol Caliber Carbines for home defense. Pistol caliber carbines come in many varieties, but the most popular right now are AR pattern/style rifles that take Glock mags and shoot 9mm. There are also versions with barrels that are under 16″ that fit easily in a backpack…

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1 Hole Challenge

What kind of performance is possible with dry fire only training? A few years ago, I took the winter off of live fire practice and only did our Dry Fire Training Cards drills for 10-15 minutes per day for 6 months. I shot a few monthly competitions (4?), a few (4?) timed fun shoots, and…

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Join me for Scenario Based Training in AZ! *Time Sensitive*

Several years ago, I noticed a pattern in how I responded in high stress situations. No matter how good my training and skills were, the first time I had to use those skills in a high stress situation, my performance was WAY worse than I wished it had been. It happened in sports, driving, fighting,…

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