Category Archives: Dry Fire Cord

Try this “Blackout Wobble” drill

Here’s a fun and powerful drill that you’re going to want to try tonight. It’s based on our core philosophy that the easiest way to shoot better is to break the process down into bite-size steps, refine each of those steps, and then build the technique back up so it’s quicker and more accurate with…

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Special Pricing on 4″ Dry Fire Cord

I’ve got a neat announcement for you today…we FINALLY have multi-caliber Dry Fire Cord sets available on their own! We’ve had all sorts of production challenges (we can’t find anyone to make them for us) so it only makes sense to sell them as part of a larger package. But we finally have limited quantities…

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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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Have you started “Pre-Aiming” yet?

I have a ridiculously simple training tip that will help you make faster, more precise first shots from the holster without having to spend thousands on ammo and range fees. You see, when you combine more efficient technique with more effective training methods, it doesn’t take as much time or money to achieve or maintain…

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Shooting from your back on the ground with the 3 legged tabletop drill

You’ve probably heard that it’s important to know how to fight from the ground because most fights are going to end up there. Now, ideally, you don’t want to go to the ground…especially if the ground is hard or you have multiple attackers. But sometimes, that’s where it ends up. So, if you end up…

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Is it quicker to present from your holster than from low ready?

We’ve got a shooting study group that meets once a month to force us to get out of our comfort zone.  It’s all guys who are serious about shooting and can be trusted to move and shoot safely on a hot range in poor conditions. A lot of times, we end up shooting when it’s…

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Why I stopped doing back flips with a loaded gun…

Right now, you’re probably wondering why in the heck I’d ever see the need to do a back flip with a loaded gun. You’re right.  I don’t. That’s one of those things that I stopped doing before I even started. But one off-duty FBI agent in Denver did exactly that early Saturday morning at a…

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5 Quick/Easy Spec-Ops Trigger Control Tips For Defensive Pistol & Long Range Precision

One of the most important things you can learn as a shooter—especially a defensive pistol shooter or long range precision shooter—is how to press the trigger without disturbing where the sights are pointed. A bad trigger press can cause you to miss man-sized targets at incredibly close distances. When you’re shooting paper in front of…

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Dry Fire Cord Drills

Dry Fire Cord can help you improve your ability to isolate your trigger finger, run the gun as quick as possible without disturbing sight alignment, and find your optimum grip intensity and trigger speed. When people first try Dry Fire Cord, they immediately notice that the trigger doesn’t “break” or reset like a trigger does…

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