Category Archives: Tactical Vision Training

7 Benefits Of Shooting Pistols With Both Eyes Open

One of the most common training scars that I run into is shooters who are trying to shoot pistols with 1 eye closed instead of with both eyes open.  Oftentimes, they were taught that way. This is a problem for several reasons, none of which happen for all people, all the time. VISION SPEED:  Most…

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Are you shooting faster than you can assess?

I frequently get asked whether it’s appropriate to shoot more than 2 shots before assessing your threats and why I shoot such long strings in some of my videos. Let me start with why I shoot such long strings in some of my videos… Short strings of fire hide problems. Long range shooters know this. …

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See Your Front Sight Faster & More Clearly

One of the most common problems that shooters have is how long it takes them to see their front sight clearly. The process is pretty amazing. The shape of the eye changes so that a clear image of the front sight forms on the back of each eye. A chemical reaction turns that image into…

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Leads on Moving Targets With Pistols

I know that I have readers who believe in liberty, tolerance, and free speech, as long as it doesn’t have anything to do with Jesus…If that’s you, I ask for a few moments of tolerance, open mindedness and I think you’ll appreciate what I’m about to say. Today is Good Friday.  The day when a…

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Visual, Vestibular Drills For Shooting Esophoria

I don’t know about you, but I enjoyed watching the NCAA championship last night.  I’m not much of a basketball fan, but I am a big fan of watching people perform at a high level under stress. Just to add a little fun to the night, I decided to wear a UNC fleece, even though…

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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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Beyond 20/20 Vision At Any Age

Roughly 80% of the sensory input that the brain gets comes from the eyes. Vision is key to keep your balance when standing, and it’s the primary sense that you use to detect threats, identify threats, avoid attacks, target strikes (with a firearm or empty handed), and more. When most people think about vision, they…

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