Answers to 5 big questions from you RE: Praxis Dynamic Gunfight Training

We’ve had ton of great feedback and questions so far on the Praxis Dynamic Gunfight Training workshop and training. One shooter who went through the training sent me this: At my shooting club we have five plate racks (6 plates each) set up, all in a long row. One of my friends at the club challenged…

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360 Scan Sample Drill From Praxis

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Flying with guns…and the time TSA called the cops on me.

Over the last decade, I’ve flown with guns a few hundred times. At first, it was a little nerve wracking, but now it’s almost boring. Almost. Flying with a gun and having to get approval from multiple non-gun people in authority leaves the door open for some interesting times. So, today, I’m going to distill…

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Top 3 “Getting Off The ‘X’” Myths about Shooting On The Move

One of the most important rules in a gunfight is to avoid being in the path of incoming rounds. And one of the popular sayings is that you need to “Get Off The ‘x’.” But that’s where bumper-sticker answers do us a disservice and cause us to buy into training myths about shooting on the…

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CNN Reveals New Bullet That Travels 28,000 Feet Per Second!  (And 6 other media gun myths)

This morning, people awoke to learn about an act of violence at a Garlic Festival south of San Francisco. It was horrible and senseless, but we’ve been force-fed lie after lie by the media and politicians in an attempt to demonize firearms and gun owners. At the same time CNN revealed a new bullet that…

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Surviving Extreme Heat & Power Outages

We’re to the part of the summer when the heat seems to be one of the big news stories. Conveniently, everyone seems to forget that it gets hot EVERY summer, so it makes good news. Heat is not new.  Heat is not unique to the US. Along with heat comes power outages, primarily from increased…

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Grown Up Lessons From Teaching Kids To Shoot

I was helping out with a dads and sons shooting event from our church awhile back and it highlighted a very important lesson in firearms training…which comes first, precision or accuracy? If you’re fuzzy on the difference, a precise 5 shot group would all go through the same hole, regardless of where that hole is…

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Combat Accuracy Vs. Precision

One of the arguments against practicing to shoot one hole groups is that you won’t have time to do this under stress. That’s a fine argument, but it’s one dimensional, and conflicts with the very training that teaches it. Oftentimes, the same training that teaches that 8” groups in sterile training conditions are adequate teach…

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Why You Should Own A Silencer (Suppressor)

Most firearms enthusiasts would agree that suppressed firearms are some of the most fun and most desirable firearms toys you can play with.  Invented by Hiram Maxim in 1902 (in parallel to the automobile silencer…aka, the muffler), it’s hard to point to any item that’s more effective at making shooting more enjoyable and safer. In…

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French gov Watchdog Group Shares Shooting Secret?

Yesterday, a French government watchdog agency released a 400 page document that could have a big impact on shooters everywhere. I have a quick, 2 minute video demonstrating what they’re talking about…but it can change your reaction times by up to 20% and make a huge difference on how quickly you learn skills. Now, if…

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