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 high level, life saving skills.

The “Pre-Aim” drill that you can do with a gun mounted laser or laser boresight is just one example of why our students and clients are able to get better results, with less effort, in less time than what’s possible with traditional training techniques:

The secret is that helps integrate your proprioceptive, vestibular, and visual aiming systems throughout the draw stroke process.

This comes from Draw Stroke Mastery, which is by far, the most powerful training available to put fast, accurate first hits on target with minimal practice time using cutting edge training techniques.

It’s the training system that allowed me to shoot the 5th fastest time in the world in the IDPA Classifier with a subcompact BUG gun…even though I spend less time practicing than most people spend waiting in line for coffee.

This right now, when you sign up for the training, you’ll get $898 in bonuses, including a FREE 9mm laser bullet

3 dry fire cords in 9, .40, and .45,

our “Dry Fire Recoil Simulator” tool and drills that will help you track your sights through recoil and manage recoil more effectively, and other valuable tools and drills that you won’t find in any class, book, or video.  Get yours now by clicking >HERE<

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23 Comments

  • J

    Reply Reply December 13, 2019

    Is there a chance you have a .45 laser bullet instead of the 9mm?

    • Ox

      Reply Reply December 15, 2019

      The 9, .40, and .45 come in the pack.

      • Ox

        Reply Reply December 17, 2019

        We JUST released single caliber packs of Dry Fire Cord today!

    • Ox

      Reply Reply December 17, 2019

      Hey, J…I apologize for the answer you received. I see that you’re asking about the laser bullets and not dry fire cord. I apologize, but we only have 9mm laser bullets.

  • Bob Aulgur

    Reply Reply December 10, 2019

    Almost all shooting instruction, including yours, concentrates on two-handed presentation and shooting. I walk using a cane in my non-dominant hand and if I have to present and shoot it’s going to be with my dominant hand only. Are there any specific tips for shooting one-handed? I could see folks carrying a small child or an object with one hand, or pushing an aggressor away with one hand, etc. I work hard to maintain upper body strength and practice one-handed shooting and dry fire almost exclusively. Shouldn’t this topic be talked about more than it is?

    • Ox

      Reply Reply December 10, 2019

      Hey Bob…great question. I do teach primarily 2 handed shooting for stationary shooting, but self-defense shooting is oftentimes 1 handed and my training reflects that as well…especially dynamic shooting. The fact is, 2 handed shooting gives you more stability and better recoil management, and many shooters have a hard time keeping all of their rounds on paper at 21 feet with 2 hands, let alone 1…but 2 hands is not always the best solution. Your situation is a perfect example.

      I go into 1-handed shooting a good bit in both Draw Stroke Mastery and 28 Day Good-To-Great (included with Draw Stroke Mastery)…how the draw is different, how the angle that you hold the pistol is different, and more.

      Theoretically, 1 handed shooting is going to be slower, but something you may seriously want to consider is trying a compensated pistol to minimize muzzle rise and recoil time when you’re shooting 1-handed. I’ve got a compensated .357 Sig barrel that sticks out the end of the slide on my Glock 27 and my wife has a compensated M&P Shield…the compensators make a big difference on both.

  • Jeffrey

    Reply Reply November 4, 2019

    Gotta say that this is a great course, highly recommend. That being said, it seems that due to work/ family I’m finding the 21 day course is going to take me about 3 months. It’s been over 30 years since my days in CSAR but I gotta say, your methods are second to none.

    • Ox

      Reply Reply November 5, 2019

      Thanks, Jeff! There’s nothing wrong with stretching out the training. Life is a reality that we all have to deal with 🙂

  • vincent smith

    Reply Reply November 3, 2018

    A GOOD IDEA

  • Mike Flin

    Reply Reply November 3, 2018

    I already purchased Draw Stroke Mastery and the Alpha shooter programs. Both are great programs that I would recommend to anyone. Where can I purchase one of the 9mm laser rounds (i.e. brand name, cost, etc.).
    Thanks in advance for your response.

    • Ox

      Reply Reply November 6, 2018

      Hey Mike,

      Thanks! I responded to your question by email.

  • Tom Vunderink

    Reply Reply September 13, 2018

    Notify me.
    Thanks

  • David Kapler

    Reply Reply September 13, 2018

    Notify me.

  • Danny Tandy

    Reply Reply September 13, 2018

    I like your training tips.i will use.them

    • Ox

      Reply Reply September 13, 2018

      That’s just the tip of the iceberg…a tip is fine, but a system to use the entire collection of tips effectively is where the real value is.

  • Michael C. Hobbs

    Reply Reply September 13, 2018

    Looking forward to the training!

  • Peter Beasley

    Reply Reply September 13, 2018

    Great tip.

  • ROBERT POWELL

    Reply Reply September 13, 2018

    PLEASE ADD ME TO LIST

  • Anthony Segura

    Reply Reply September 10, 2018

    It’s a good tip, I use it in my training with my students.

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