Could Wyatt Earp Could Have Made Faster Hits With This?

There have been several gunfighting quotes about Wyatt Earp going around for the last few months.  If you haven’t seen them, you need to: “When I say that I learned to take my time in a gunfight, I do not wish to be misunderstood, for the time to be taken was only that split fraction…

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How Sleep Spindles Can Help You Shoot Better…Overnight!

Everybody knows that sleep is important for staying healthy, keeping a clear head, and performing at your peak. But did you know that something called “sleep spindles” can slash the time that it takes to improve as a shooter? And literally help you sleep your way to success? I bet you can remember a time…

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How To Manage .45 Recoil With Only 2 Fingers

Sometimes, the firearms training industry gets in a rut…and people get very emotional about techniques that they read about or see on videos without ever testing them. One of the sacred cows of gun training is that you should squeeze the life out of your pistol, get as much meat on metal as possible, and…

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3 Post Disaster Tips For Harvey & Beyond

This week, we’re seeing the consequence of the media and weather reporters hyping up storms for the last few years for ratings. They’ve lost all credibility and there’s really no reason to have thought that Harvey would be different than the last 20 “disasters” they said were going to happen. Like many of you, I’ve…

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Slaying 3 Sacred Cows Of Firearms Training

One of the things that I find fascinating about the world of firearms training is how fast opinions or personal anecdotes become set-in-stone rules. “Rules” like… The 21 foot rule EVERYONE will have tunnel vision in a defensive shooting situation 2 to the body and 1 to the head solves all problems You’ll never see…

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Delta’s Silly New Rules For Flying With Guns

If you’re thinking of flying with a firearm in the near future, I wanted to give you a heads-up… In January, a deranged man flew from Alaska to Ft. Lauderdale, got his baggage, went into the bathroom, pulled out a checked pistol, loaded it, and started shooting defenseless people, killing 5. It was horrible. Delta…

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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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3 Techniques For Clearing Cover Garments

One part of concealed carry that trips up a lot of people is clearing your cover garment from the gun. It can get caught up on the butt of your gun, you can grab a hand-full of cover garment as you’re drawing, or cover can block your draw all together. So, today, I’ve got a…

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Join Me In Person For 4 Days Of Training With Dr. Cobb…

One of the biggest things that makes my firearms training different and more effective than traditional firearms training is the fact that I focus as high upstream in the learning and training process as possible. Sights, triggers, gear, guns, and technique are all important, but you can get several times more benefit from your training…

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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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