Category Archives: Fixing Low-Left Groups, Flinch, etc.

KKM Match Grade Glock 26 Replacement Barrel Field Test & Review

8” groups at 85 yards…with a subcompact? Awhile back, 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 55 and 85…

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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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Calling Your Shots With Dry Fire-How To Know If You’re Improving

I woke up to a great question on FB today from Eddie… It’s a GREAT question…and here was my answer: First, the bullet is going to go where the sights are aligned the instant that the gun goes click/bang. When you dry fire, you learn to pay attention to how your sights are aligned as…

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Fixing The 2 Most Common AR-15 Training Errors

  Today, I’ve got 2 common AR-15 training errors that I’m going to take A LOT of heat for pointing out. These 2 inferior techniques/errors are almost sacred cows in the firearms training industry. Almost 100% of the top competitive shooters use them. You see super-high-speed tactical ninjas with Tier I credentials use them. They’re the…

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How “2 little balls” can make your training more effective

Did you know that many of the things that we learn at the range create training scars that we will have to compensate for in a real-life shooting situation? It’s important to realize that there is a big difference between working on fundamentals and training for combat with a firearm.  It’s common for people to…

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Diagnostic Shooting Targets–The Big Lie

I was watching former Delta Force Sniper, John “Shrek” McPhee on TriggerTime TV last week and he covered one of my pet peeves…shooting correction charts, like this: The segment was truly epic.  John and I have a handfull of common friends and I reached out to him as soon as it aired to see if…

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My Almost Fatal Mistake–Don’t Do What I Did

  For those of you who know me, have trained with me, competed with me, or seen my videos, what I’m about to tell you might be a little hard to believe. For the last few years, I’ve felt like I got run over by a truck every morning when I woke up…like having a…

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Mental/Vision Hack To Put More Rounds On Target

  Take a look at the picture below. It’s a dot, surrounded by a “cloud of doubt.” Now, take a deep breath or two, and focus deeply on the dot until the cloud disappears. Crazy, isn’t it? If you have trouble at first, try moving closer (elbow’s length from your screen) or further (hand’s length). …

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5 Myths About “Gun Free” Zones

[fusion_text]In light of the Orlando shootings, I wanted to re-share an article that I wrote after the Oregon shooting about the myth of gun free zones… There’s been a lot of talk recently about “Gun Free” zones and, frankly, a lot of it has been useless blather from people who know nothing about guns and…

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How To Shoot 1 Hole Groups With A Pistol

  If you or a loved one want to be able to shoot 1 hole groups, then keep reading… What kind of shooting performance is possible when you master the mental component of shooting? If you follow Insight’s Deadly Accuracy Home Study program, you’ll be shooting 1 hole groups within your first few minutes on…

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