1 Quick (life saving) Lesson From First Gunfights…

I’ve got a great quick video to share with you today from 2 former US Army Special Forces shooters from Northern Red about how dramatically their training changed after their first gunfight overseas.

Their belief that they were “good enough”…

What they focused on…

And how reality smacked the snot out of conventional wisdom and what made sense.

Some people learn this after their first gunfight.

I’ve worked with shooters who were in a dozen or more gunfights before figuring this out.

You can learn it in a few seconds from this video.

Make sure to pay extra close attention for about 20 seconds starting 50 seconds in.


  1.  Practicing more doesn’t help if you’re not practicing the right stuff.
  2.  Speed doesn’t end gunfights…hits do.  Fast hits end them sooner.  Fast precise hits end them even quicker.
  3.  When they watched more experienced operators, they THOUGHT they knew what made them good (speed) and the copied it.  Combat taught them that it was only part of the equation.

Using traditional methods, getting both fast + accurate takes too much training time and too much ammo for the average shooter.

But, when you combine streamlined technique with cutting edge practice methods like >THESE<, you get faster, more accurate threat-stopping first hits on target from the holster with minimal practice time.

And the time you save on mastering technique can then be used for tactics & advanced skills.

Whether you’re practicing an hour a month or an hour a day, >THIS TRAINING< will get you the life-saving speed + accuracy combo you need.  Check it out now by clicking >HERE<

Please follow and share:


  • mot yeliab

    Reply Reply September 7, 2019

    WOW just wow

  • Wes Boozer

    Reply Reply September 7, 2019

    This is a great lesson for the uninformed to take to heart and the video reinforces it. Hitting a target, without stressors, at the range is fun but leaves training scars and a false sense of security. Your training is top level and is needed to perform at the highest levels. Keep up the good work.

Leave A Response

* Denotes Required Field