Top 10 Reasons You Should Shoot Competitively

Ox here…we are fast approaching summer and, along with warm weather, this time of year gives us thousands of opportunities across the country to compete in local, regional, and national shooting sports events that can make you a better defensive shooter. Specifically, IDPA (International Defensive Pistol Association) matches, AGAG (A Girl & A Gun), USPSA…

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Visual Perception Delay and In-The-Back Shootings

  Every few months, we’ll see or hear stories about an officer or law abiding citizen shooting an attacker in the back. In some cases, there is even security camera or body camera footage showing what happened.  But do you know that what the camera recorded is different than what the shooter saw?  Not just…

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Pistol Training In Your Car That could make you a safer driver

  Sometimes (actually quite often) I find crossover between what I’m doing on the firearms training front and the rest of my life. Vision training is one of those areas.  The same exercises that help me pick up my front sight faster also help me keep my eyes on the road more when I’m driving…

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4 Firearms Myths That Bad Guys Believe And You Shouldn’t

  Ox here with 4 myths about firearms accuracy that bad guys believe and you shouldn’t MYTH 1.  You can’t shoot accurately with a (fill in the blank) pistol. Normally, I hear this argument about subcompacts, pistols/revolvers with long heavy triggers, or pistols that have a long double action for the first round and a…

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What I Learned Training With The Aus SAS

  Ox here, with an email that I’m very excited to share with you. Last year, I got a call asking me if I could fly down to Vegas the next day to help demonstrate some shooting techniques on film for a law enforcement training DVD that a couple of Australian SAS guys were putting…

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Maximizing Your Performance Under Stress

  Ox here… Whether you found us because of a desire to be more prepared or to shoot better, there’s a good chance that you’re like the rest of our audience and would love to know how to perform better in extreme stress. It could be reacting to a family member having a life threatening…

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12 WAYS TO SHOOT FASTER

Ox here.  Last October, before IDPA Backup Gun Nationals, I went out to some of my mentors and asked them what I could do in the next couple of weeks to shoot better at Nationals, given that I didn’t have much time and that I probably couldn’t get enough reps in to change my technique…

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Sample Drill from 3010Pistol

  Today, I want to share a sample lesson with you from former Force Recon Marine, Chris Graham’s 3010Pistol course, guaranteed to put you in the top 10% of all shooters in the next 30 days. There are a few items that you’re going to want to have, ideally, but that aren’t required. 1. A…

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Alternatives for TBI and PTSD

Ox here…PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) and TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury) are a frequent topic of conversation in my circle of friends.  Especially how military medicine, including the VA, kind of has their hands tied as far as doing much besides treating symptoms.  In addition, warriors don’t want a temporary issue to create a permanent…

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The Revolution In Firearms Training Has Begun

  A few years ago, Ox came to me with an outrageous plan to completely revolutionize the firearms training industry. There was a problem…almost all civilian and law enforcement firearms training is set up to get people to perform to a given standard by the end of the course. This gives the students head knowledge,…

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