High Speed Trigger Control Drill For Ranges With Restrictive Rules

Today, I’ve got a great live fire speed drill for you that you can do at any range, regardless of how restrictive their rules are. Even if they won’t let you do tactical reloads, draw from the holster, or shoot faster than one round per second, you can still do this speed drill. This drill…

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Top 5 Laser Training Pistols Compared

Today, I’ve got a video for you that’s a first of it’s kind.  I get asked all the time about various laser training platforms, including the SIRT Dry Fire Pistol, the M&P SIRT, the SIRT Pocket Pistol, Laser-Ammo’s laser barrel insert for airsoft guns, and the CoolFire Trainer. It took me awhile (monthS) to get…

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Shooting the 5 Yard Roundup With A Sub-Compact

I’m getting back into live fire practice after a long winter’s break where I’ve been doing almost 100% dry fire practice and ran across a great drill/test/standard I want to share with you… It’s called the “5 Yard Roundup.”  I learned about it from Claude Werner and it originally came from Justin Dyal.   It’s 4…

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How To Boost Firearms Learning Speed (From The Queensland Brain Institute)

I ran across a neat chart today on 6 techniques for boosting learning speed from the Queensland Brain Institute. I was linking directly to their website, but the traffic seems to have bogged down their server, so now you can click on the image above to see a bigger version.  Or, you can still go…

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3 things we can do RIGHT NOW to make schools safer that are better than marching

Today, Bloomberg’s Everytown organization is sponsoring protest marches across the country to demonize and hopefully criminalize legal gun ownership by responsible, law abiding adults. They say that the goal of the marches are to stop gun violence, stop mass shootings at schools, and to keep kids safe, but, as I’m about to show you, all…

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Great Mills School Shooting & Free Training For You

On Tuesday, a student at Great Mills High School in MD stole a pistol from his father and went to school and shot his ex-girlfriend and another student. Initial estimates are that, within a minute, a resource officer from the St. Mary’s Sherriff’s Department, Blaine Gaskill, audibly observed what was happening, and based on his…

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Training Secret From The NFL Combine, Olympians, & Serious Shooters

The 2019 NFL Combine wraps up today and it’s been inspiring. The Combine is a chance for prospective pro players to show off their talents for NFL scouts before the draft.  They run timed sprints, obstacle drills, test vertical leap, bench press, and more. The fate of many young men’s lives are determined and teams…

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Pistol vs. Active Shooter With A Rifle? Myths & Facts

In light of Inayat Kassam’s actions in the Nairobi, Kenya terrorist attack this week, I wanted to talk about the myths and realities of pistols vs. rifles. If you didn’t know, Kassam is an IDPA competitive shooter and firearms instructor who rescued dozens of innocents, armed only with a pistol against terrorists armed with rifles.…

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Dry Fire Cord Drills

Dry Fire Cord can help you improve your ability to isolate your trigger finger, run the gun as quick as possible without disturbing sight alignment, and find your optimum grip intensity and trigger speed. When people first try Dry Fire Cord, they immediately notice that the trigger doesn’t “break” or reset like a trigger does…

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Training -> Armed Teachers & Bob’s Range Report

Just a quick note on a few things today… First, if you wondered what the training packages look like that I’m sending out to teachers, here’s one that I’m sending out this morning… They’re getting 21 Day Alpha Shooter DVDs, Dry Fire Training Cards, Dry Fire Cord kits, and Diagnostic Splatter Targets…just over $1,000 worth…

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