Category Archives: Sub-second Draw Stroke

Speed Vs. Accuracy in Training & Self-Defense

There’s a continual debate in the gun training world between whether you should train accuracy or speed. It’s a great question, but most people presume that the answer is either-or.  It shouldn’t be. Let’s start by talking about what “accuracy” and “speed” are. They are 100% dependent on the context. And the context is completely…

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The Worst (and most common) way To Shoot Faster

Today’s quick tip from Draw Stroke Mastery is the biggest mistake that people make when they try to shoot faster. It seems so logical, but all it does is make it take a LOT more time and money to reach the same level of performance   Draw Stroke Mastery is, by far, the most powerful…

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Quick Draw Stroke Mastery Video Tip: “Don’t Wrist-Rock It”

Here’s another quick training tip from the soon-to-be-released (THURSDAY!) Draw Stroke Mastery system 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…

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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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Sub-second hits from concealment with a subcompact

In my demo videos where I’m switching back and forth between unconcealed and concealed, I use an outside waistband holster. Like this: (This is a streamlined version of the video from earlier this week…2 minutes instead of 10…and Bjorn’s in it while I’m shooting.)   Why did I wear an outside waistband holster? Because when…

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Draw Stroke Mastery & 1 Second Draw Strokes On The Move From Concealment

Recording and editing on the new Draw Stroke Mastery course is coming along quickly.  We’ve got a couple hours of the course already posted in Upgraded Shooter. This training comes from doing remote and in-person private video coaching with hundreds of shooters and developing a 140 point checklist for the drawstroke. I took those 140…

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Pistol vs. Active Shooter With A Rifle? Myths & Facts

Today I’m going to share several real life examples where good guys armed with pistols stopped bad guys armed with rifles and talk about some of the realities of pistol vs. rifle fighting. May 3, 2015 Curtis Culwell Center in Garland TX. Officer Greg Stevens began taking rifle fire from 2 attackers at a distance…

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Trigger Control Dry Fire Drill Video To Improve Trigger Finger Isolation

I had an article awhile back on the blog where I talked about how to improve your trigger control by isolating the movement of your trigger finger. Some things are easier to describe with video than in writing, and, quite frankly, I understand that it was hard for people to believe that it’s possible to…

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Why guns belong in churches this Christmas

I know that not all of my readers attend church.  Even if you don’t attend church of any kind, there is good information here that can be applied to other situations and locations.  I’m not going to get preachy, but there is some church-talk in here.  Regardless, I’d encourage you to read it to pick…

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2 steps to a sub-second drawstroke

  Today, we’re going to go over some specific techniques for speeding up your drawstroke using the camera on your smartphone. With the simple techniques I’m going to show you, you’ll be able to quickly identify and fix problems in your technique in a few minutes in your living room…problems that would normally take hours…

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