Navy SEAL Emergency Reload Techniques Compared

Today, I want to share a quick clip from retired Navy SEAL, Larry Yatch’s “Concealed Carry Masters Course” as well as some updates In it, they show the only side-by-side comparison of releasing the slide with the slide stop vs. racking the slide that I’ve seen. Like it? Please click the “thumb’s up” button in…

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IDPA

  Ox here…since you’re on this page, there’s a really good chance that I met you in Springfield.  I hope you had an awesome time. I was talking with Bob today (Thursday…the first day of the shoot) and he asked me why I made the cards.  Basically, I saw a HUGE disconnect between how every…

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Smooth Out & Speed Up Your Drawstroke

  Ox here again with a video and article on an incredibly high octane drill that will do more to speed up your drawstroke in less time than any other drill I know of. I originally shot this video 3 years ago.  It’s received more than half a million views and is one of the…

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Smooth out and speed up your drawstroke, transitions, and visual acuity

  Ox here again with 3 more high-speed metronome drills. Yesterday, we talked about using a metronome in your dry fire practice to work on smoothing out your trigger control. Today, we’re going to cover 3 more metronome drills that will smooth out and speed up your drawstroke, transitions, and ability to focus on the…

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Integrating Dry Fire & Live Fire with a Metronome (part 1 of 2)

  Ox here…co-creator of Tactical Firearms Training Secrets and Dry Fire Training Cards. One of the biggest I get about dry fire training is whether or not it will carry over to live fire training. Specifically, shooters bring up the fact that you can squeeze the trigger faster when doing dry fire than when you’re…

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3 Firearms Training Myths (and Quick Fixes)

  Record numbers of new shooters combined with a HUGE number of firearms instructors with combat experience have created an explosion in firearms training. In almost all cases, the schools are delivering great instruction. But most students leaving these classes are buying into one, two, or three of the following gun training myths…even though the…

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Interview between Andy Curtiss (3rd Special Forces Group) and Chris Graham (Force Recon)

  Chris Graham sent over a video today of an interview that Andy Curtiss did with him. If you don’t know, Andy Curtiss served in the US Army 3rd Special Forces Group, is a professional MMA fighter, and runs a self-defense school in Dallas that you can find out more about by going to: knife-and-h2h-combat.com…

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Inducing and Controlling Stress in Firearms Training

  The topic of state based training has been hot in pop-gun training culture over the last few years.  The idea is that if you train in the same state (extremely afraid, flight or fright, etc.) that you’ll perform the same way in a lethal force encounter.  In other words, “train the way you fight…

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200 yard shot with a Glock 17? (First try!)

  Today, I’ve got a fun video for you to watch of former Force Recon Marine, Chris Graham, having a little friendly competition and shooting a steel gong at 200 yards, with a Glock 17, on his first shot. Another guy throws lead for the first 1:20, and then Chris nails it with his first…

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