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Sighted vs. point shooting–myths and realities

  A common argument in the shooting world for the last half decade has been whether it’s better to focus on your threat when shooting or focus on your front sights. The answer is “yes.” 🙂 Ok…so it’s a little more complicated than that. But as you get deeper and deeper into shooting, you come…

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Top 10 Reasons Dry Fire Beats Live Fire Practice

  Ask any world class competitive shooter or high speed tactical shooter about dry fire and they’ll tell you that it’s the secret to their success…it’s what separates the men from the boys. But ask a typical Facebook commando about dry fire and you’re likely to hear something along the lines of, “I shoot once…

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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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How to shoot so you can’t miss…

  Welcome to today’s newsletter, sponsored by Dry Fire Training Cards and the 21 day Alpha Shooter DVD course…guaranteed to help you shoot 2x faster and 2x more accurately in the next 21 days or your money back.  Click >HERE< to learn more. Many police departments have a standard for their officers of needing do…

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Quick note: 7 takeaways from pastor shooting in Idaho

  Saturday night, Pastor Tim Remington gave the invocation for Ted Cruz in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Sunday afternoon, he was laying on the ground in his church parking lot with (up to) 6 bullets lodged in his body. I’ve been to events with Pastor Tim and our church prays for him regularly.  I’m friends with…

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Mentally Strong People: 13 Things They Avoid

  By: Cheryl Conner Contributor to Forbes.com Originally Published Here For all the time executives spend concerned about physical strength and health, when it comes down to it, mental strength can mean even more. Particularly for entrepreneurs, numerous articles talk about critical characteristics of mental strength—tenacity, “grit,” optimism, and an unfailing ability as Forbes contributor…

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Elite Special Forces Hand To Hand Combat Techniques

  *Make sure to read to the end to see how you can help us train and arm teachers to protect our children in schools* This video hits my sophomoric funny bone. It should go without saying, but real strikes to the groin are no joke and groin injuries can be serious, life altering events.…

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Slow In Practice = Fast In Combat

  Sometimes the most effective way to shoot faster and more accurately is to is to take one step back, slow down, and change your approach. Personally, I don’t like slowing down. It’s not in my nature. I want to shoot faster without compromising accuracy by simply moving faster. Put another way, I want the…

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Reloads matter-NYPD fires 54 rounds to stop a threat

  There was another high round-count shoutout this weekend in NYC.  This time it took 54 rounds to stop a single attacker…who’s in critical condition 3 days later. This isn’t about Monday morning quarterbacking.  This is about looking at shootings that really happened and figuring out what YOU can do to be more ready for…

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Carrying Full Size vs. Compact vs. Sub-Compact

  Awhile back, we talked about 2 incidents in NYC where it took NYPD 84 rounds to stop an attacker. FBI statistics say that it takes an AVERAGE of between 2.4 and 2.9 rounds to stop an attacker, depending on caliber, but that’s 2.4-2.9 HITS. You might not always make good hits in a dynamic…

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