In A Real Gunfight There Are Only...
The Quick & The Dead!

Before you watch the short 47 second video below, I need you to know something…

I should NOT be able to shoot as fast as you’re about to see!  

I don't move like a “young man” anymore… I've got a long list of injuries that makes firearms training tougher than it is for many people… and these days I have almost no time to go to the local gun range to practice.

So I'm guessing you're probably wondering how I’m able to shoot this fast - and make solid hits every time from 21 ft. away - like I do in this video? 

"How You Can Draw Your Weapon
And Immediately Be On-Target
With Your First Shot...
In Less Than A Second."

Everyone who owns a firearm for self-defense knows the importance of speed.

Not how fast you can "spray & pray."

But how quickly you can draw and effectively put rounds on target.

Without fumbling 9 out of 10 times...

...While moving to avoid incoming rounds...

...Or drawing from concealment.

The Bad News:  Criminals Are FASTER Than You
With Your Handgun!

Here's why:  The biggest lessons I've learned from training tactical military and law enforcement shooters over the last decade are:

1. Gunfights happen faster than you think.

2. Everyone's WAY slower than you believe you are.

If you ever need to use your firearm to stop a violent attack, you're almost always going to start from behind the curve.

It means you aren't able to see the attack coming and avoid it.

...And action always beats reaction.

By the time you figure out something's wrong, your attacker has already observed you, decided they're willing to use violence to get what they want, and they've started to act out their plan.

That's when you'll quickly go from being calm to startled, panicked and far more adrenalized than when you practice at the range.

Which means...

Your Nice, Tight "Shot Group" At The Range
Is Useless If You Can't Get Your Gun Drawn In Time!

The ability to make precise shots at close range is incredibly important with a defensive pistol - often the difference between life and death.

But if you can't get your gun into the fight AND INSTANTLY ON TARGET, the tightest group in the world can't save you.

Speed is critical. Yet...

95% Of All Gun-Instructors And "Online Gurus"
Show You Old, Outdated "Draw Strokes"
That Could Get You KILLED In A REAL Gunfight!

Here's the first problem with most draw stroke techniques...

...At their core, they're build on a horribly inefficient foundation with lots of wasted movement.

They may work for the instructor but only because they've got 1,000's of hours of practice with the technique they're using.

But neither you nor I have that kind of time to build a foundation we can "bet our lives on."

Same is true for popular draw strokes where people rock the gun right out of the holster, where they bring it up to their armpit, where they swing it from the holster straight out to full extension, and more.

When you use techniques like these, it takes longer than necessary to get the same level of performance [AS WHAT? YOUR DRAW STROKE? THIS AREA NEEDS TO BE TIGHTER] ... that means more time (that you don't have), more training dollars, and and oftentimes, more unnecessary risk.

The more efficient technique you use, the easier it is to get smoother, faster first hits on target with less effort. [EFFICIENT TECHNIQUE SEEMS PRETTY NEBULOUS HERE. LIKE IT WON'T EXCITE JEFF TO PAY $97]

The second big problem... is how people train.

If You're TRYING To Shoot Faster
By Moving Faster
You're Wasting Your Time

Most shooters think that in order to have a faster draw stroke, they need to work harder, put in more reps, and push how quickly and explosively they do their draw stroke.

This is not only dangerous, but it's incredibly wasteful and ineffective.

I call it the "Ricky Bobby" approach to gun training.



There's no doubt that this "brute force" approach has worked for many shooters, but it takes a lot of extra training time, and money for ammo.

The problem with this approach is that "shooting fast," on it's own, isn't enough.

You can't miss fast enough to win a gunfight.

If you want to effectively react, draw, and make accurate HITS faster, it's actually much easier than people make it seem.

Let Me Tell You A Quick Story
About My Sharing Of This Draw Stroke Info
With An Elite Australian Spec Op Unit...

Back in 2013, a group of Tier I instructors from the Australian SAS had just finished teaching their new training curriculum up and down the East Coast to many of our top units.

They were considered among the top Tier I shooting instructors in the world. Their training was cutting-edge and they were in very high demand with direct action units.

On the way back home, they decided to film a law enforcement training video in Vegas and I was graciously asked to fly down to shoot with them.

After one of the modules, I asked them if they’d be interested in a slightly different approach that would get them more effective first hits on target than their current approach without sacrificing any time.

They were already lightning fast, but I could see an opportunity that they didn’t even know existed to improve their performance.

They didn’t think I could help them, but were polite, humored me, and let me show them.

So, I told them the concept, demonstrated it with live fire, ran them through it with dry fire, and... within 20 minutes they were making faster first hits on-target and getting 2-3 TIMES more effective hits than they were before - in the same amount of time!

The key is practicing less... but making the practice you do much, much smarter.

And that's why...

I've Developed A Simple 6-Step "System"
That Will Make You So Blindingly Fast
And Accurate With First Hits From The Holster...
People Will Miss It If They Blink.

It’s called the Draw Stroke Mastery system and it's an advanced firearms training system based on cutting edge performance neurology.

Before I go further let me briefly introduce myself.

If you don't know me, my name is Mike Ox (I go by "Ox") and I'm the guy behind Dry Fire Training Cards, 21 Day Alpha Shooter, and several other high leverage firearms training programs.

But listen: During my live I struggled with migraines, brain fog, phantom pain, visual issues and much more.

That's why I became a passionate student of brain science and performance neurology for more than 20 years.

In the process of finding neurological solutions for the problems I’ve had, I found more efficient ways to train and practice. In many cases, I was a pioneer in bringing these techniques to the firearms training world.

One of those unique programs is this Draw Stroke Mastery system.

It's the first program that guarantees you'll be making on-target hits on your target during the ENTIRE draw stroke process - beginning to end.

Whether you're point-shooting early in the draw process or sighted-shooting at full extension - you'll make consistent sub-second, threat-stopping hits on man-sized targets at 10, 15, even 21 feet.

No one else dares make a guarantee like this because they don't have my proprietary 6-step process to back it up.

...A process that more than just optimizes technique, it revolutionizes the way shooters train.

The Draw Stroke Mastery system uses the highest leverage techniques and training methods from my private coaching program to give you the biggest, quickest gains in speed and accuracy with your first shots from the holster.

It's unlike any other training... online or off.

And until now unavailable other than to my private coaching clients.

The training is delivered in video and written format and you’ll get immediate access when you sign up.

???DO YOU HAVE TO SAY THIS AS A LEGAL WHATEVER??? IF NOT, I'D DROP IT. As long as you can safely and legally handle a firearm and draw from the holster, do all of the training with no live ammo present and in a safe manner, you'll improve quicker as a shooter than you thought possible.

Here's just a sample of some of what we'll cover and why the system is so different and is able to deliver the superior results that it has for my private coaching clients.

Module 1: Avoiding The Bounce

  • We’ll start out by transitioning from waiting until you’re at full extension to shoot to making aimed shots on the way out to full extension. (Done the traditional way, this technique just causes shooters to miss quicker, but you’ll learn drills to combine this quicker technique with increased accuracy.)

Module 2: The Lynch Pin Of Your Draw Stroke

  • You'll learn and refine the most important point of your draw stroke…and find out why getting this right, gives you a SINGLE technique that will work in extreme close quarters situations, shooting on the move from concealment, or flat footed shots at 21 feet or further.
  • The TWO simple tweaks to your support hand that will slash time off your presentation.
  • Learn what to do with your wrist, elbow, and shoulder the instant that your muzzle leaves the holster. Get this wrong and erratic performance at high speed is almost guaranteed.
  • Why the commonly used “gorilla” and “ebola” support hand techniques will slow down your first shot times and may even be dangerous.
  • Drills to get your sights on target sooner in your presentation and stay on target until you take your first shot.

Module 3:  Shoot Early, Shoot Often, & Your Cone Of Accuracy

  • How to seamlessly integrate sighted and unsighted shooting. Neither one is the total answer, but when you combine them correctly, it's better than the best of both worlds.
  • I'll share the "rest of the story" on a technique that two Tier I instructors flew halfway around the globe to learn that let them put 1-3 more tight, accurate, HITS on target BEFORE getting to full extension. (I've never shared the entire technique before)
  • How to shut your eyes and literally FEEL your target pull your muzzle out of the holster and into perfect alignment. (This bizarre drill is one of the most powerful ways to train your proprioceptive and vestibular aiming systems.)
  • A ridiculously simple trick to shave .1 seconds off your first HIT on target…with the next shot you take. (I learned this from a Force Recon Marine and it's a game changer.)
  • How to use the “cone of accuracy” concept to mesh your proprioceptive, vestibular, and visual aiming systems and figure out where in your presentation you should take your first shot, depending on the situation. (Don't let the big words fool you. It’s ridiculously simple.)
  • How to modify your presentation to take advantage of your eye’s “foveal cone” so you can make sighted hits on target quicker than most people can point shoot.
  • A technique to get your brain to automatically start refining your aim from the instant your muzzle leaves the holster until you take your first shot…even if you get a bad grip or get caught up in your cover on the draw.
  • On that note…you’ll learn why you shouldn’t stop and start over when you screw up your draw or clearing cover during dry practice. This one lesson could be a lifesaver.

Module 4:  Clearing Cover, Clearing Leather, And Getting Your Gun Into The Fight

  • The impact of holster style, cant, position, retention, and cover on draw stroke speed.
  • Two reasons why rocking the gun right out of the holster or drawing up to your armpit will sabotage your performance. You'll learn a more effective option for extreme close quarters shooting.
  • Drills that use a free shot timer app, a 99 cent laser pointer, and masking tape or a line on your carpet to quickly eliminate one of the biggest causes of misses on man-shaped targets.
  • The “against the wall” draw stroke drill and how it can help right handers who are missing to the left and left handers who are missing to the right during fast draw strokes.

Module 5:  HOW You Practice Is As Important As The Technique You Practice

  • Discernment drills (shoot / don’t shoot) to help you figure out how quickly you can safely shoot. (Speed without safety and discernment is a liability…and you’re responsible for every single shot you fire.)
  • An unknown lighting hack that can give people who have had concussions 2-5% faster short-term reaction speed, BUT can slow your reaction time by 10% or more and cause accuracy to tank if you use it too much. (Most people use it too much without even knowing, but I’ll show you how to manipulate it.)
  • How to get WAY more benefit from your training time than doing “old school” drills like wall drills, penny drills, pencil drills, or trigger presses while watching TV (And why you should NEVER do “ball and dummy” drills to diagnose or cure flinching)
  • How to use video and mirrors correctly as a self-coaching tool. (People pay lip service to this powerful technique, but almost nobody does it correctly.)
  • How to pick the right training speeds for learning quickest, testing your limits, pushing your performance envelope, and how to figure out the right speed to use for live fire.

Module 6:  Release The Kraken!
(Taking Off The Brakes & Mashing The Gas)

  • How to unlock your maximum reaction speed.
  • Nutrition, supplements, and nootropics
  • The relationship between pain, inflammation, and speed
  • 9 key accelerated learning techniques to make more gains in less time

As you can see, this gives you a completely different draw-stroke process than any other training. With an approach so effective it's guaranteed.

By now you're likely beginning to imagine how much better your technique would be if you could just learn and apply one or two of the things I shared.

When you add them together, the results are dramatic.  Shocking, in fact.

You’ll do the lessons using dry fire with no ammunition present...which saves a TON of time and money.  ( can do dry fire with any pistol you'd use for self-defense & I'll show you how)

And you’ll develop clean, efficient technique that is naturally faster without any extra effort.

And carries over to live fire.

Unlike most firearms training, Draw Stroke Mastery takes very little time to do and the jumps in performance will come quickly.

The lessons and drills are set up so that they do most of the work for you.

This means you don’t need to spend hours a week and thousands of dollars on ammo and range time practicing to get dramatic results.

When you use more efficient technique and smarter training methods, you’ll see quick results in just minutes at a time, a few times a week, for a tiny fraction of what it would normally cost.

Even listening to Jeff, think I'd
remove all the "cheapest" references and
use something like this for the wrapup instead:

Now you can own my 1-of-a-kind, 6-step course
that guarantees you'll be making on-target shots
from the beginning of the draw stroke
right through the last sighted trigger pull...
For Less Than $100.

Write maybe 3 paragraphs of the biggest takeaways focusing on WHY Jeff WILL use this to totally redo his draw stroke, and why it's worth $xx,xxx.xx not why it's cheaper than all the things you're comparing it to. PLAY UP THE VALUE... for only $97. Jeff may not agree but if not we need to get him to look at this enhance "hook" that shows why he's gonna want to change his draw stroke, then add any words he needs to 'hear' that'd push him over the top. My thoughts anyway.




The information in Draw Stroke Mastery is available nowhere else... online or offline... except from me.

I use the Draw Stroke Mastery system with my Private Coaching clients, but again, that's $297 and only offered intermittently when my schedule permits.

You could try to figure it all out on your own...but the years of testing required to figure this out means it's unlikely anyone would ever try that again.

Especially with the other option -- me handing you 2 decades of proven research on a silver platter right now for you to run with.  Think of it as the ultimate cheat guide that gives you the tools to quickly begin putting all your shots on-target right from the beginning of your draw stroke.

During the introductory launch, the price is just one single payment of $97 and, of course, you there's no shipping. That’s less than you’d pay for a single private lesson + ammo anywhere in the country, for plain fire arms training. And none of the revolutionary material in Draw Stroke Mastery.

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Draw Stroke Mastery comes with a 60 day 100% Money-Back Guarantee – if, for any reason or for no reason at all, you decide you aren’t satisfied with the training, simply let us know within 60 days for a full, complete refund.

So, if you want to start learning and using the Draw Stroke Mastery program immediately and seeing results within the next few days, I encourage you to take action right now.

Order your copy today.

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Sorry but I deleted the other paragraphs here -- there's lots of stuff I know included but staying with the hook and focus on the one thing, shots on-target immediately, ought to be the grabber that suck them in. Again, we need to see if it gets Jeff; if not, tweak until it does. But all the other shooting stuff is nice but needs to NOT unsell the main hook.

Stuff moved back here from body of 6-Steps. Just way too long until it got to the bullets. I left it here for now - tired so haven't read it.

Why Shooters Come To Me
After They've Trained With The Best

I am in the unique position of having done live and remote video coaching for hundreds of shooters—many of whom have trained with some of the best firearms instructors and schools in the world.

A lot of them are already fast when they come to me—but they’re frustrated because they’ve hit a plateau that they can’t break through, regardless of how many videos they’ve watched, courses they’ve gone to, or work that they've done on their own.

Oftentimes they already have a quick drawstroke, but they can't figure out how to combine that speed with hits on target.

Sometimes they're making solid hits but can't figure out how to get quicker.

They've been told that they're as fast as they're going to get because of age, injuries, or other excuses.

And what I have found with every single one of them…whether they’re ridiculously fast already and at the prime of their lives or female first-time shooters in their mid 70s…is that they’ve all got the same 2 problems.

They’ve got wasted movement in their technique and they’re practicing inefficiently.

Wasted technique is like driving down the highway with the parking brake on, clogged filters, and a tire out of balance and thinking you can go faster by mashing the gas harder.

It’s frustrating.

It’s tiring.

And, ultimately, it never works.

When you try to move quicker with inefficient technique, the result is really quick misses that don’t do anyone any good.

Draw Stroke Mastery is the quickest, easiest, and cheapest way for you to dramatically speed up your draw stroke and first hits on target.

We’ll do all of the training with dry fire with no live ammunition present for safety.  You are encouraged to verify and validate your technique with a competent local instructor before doing live fire.

The Draw Stroke Mastery system goes WAY beyond any other training you've seen, done, or heard about.

The system is designed so that you get the maximum results with the minimum effort possible.

In short, the Draw Stroke Mastery system will deliver better results than you've ever seen before because it uses a completely new and different approach than you've ever seen before.

Despite that, the training is NOT dogmatic.  You can use it on it's own or you can use it to refine and enhance whatever training you've done in the past or are doing currently.

Here's sample of some of what we'll cover and why the system is so different and is able to deliver the superior results that it has for my private coaching clients.

Module 1: Avoiding The Bounce

Common Questions.

-Won’t Dry Fire Hurt My Gun?

Answer: If your gun is a quality factory made (preferably US, Israeli, or European made) handgun that was made since Reagan beat Carter and is a center-fire (not rimfire like .22), then you’re good to go. In fact, many handgun manuals explicitly say that it’s fine to dry fire. If you have any doubts, read your manual, contact the manufacturer, or ask a local gunsmith.

-Will it work with appendix or behind-the-hip carry?

Answer: Yes!  The fundamentals remain the same.  The application of those fundamentals will be slightly different, depending on your carry method, but the fundamentals will carry over to any holster situation, whether it's ankle carry, shoulder holster, or off-body carry.

-Is this course too advanced for me? (Age, injuries, new shooter, etc.)

Answer: If you can safely and legally handle a firearm, you can do this course.  There are almost 2 hours of bonus videos that will get you up to speed if you are a new shooter and have questions.

If you are concerned about the course because of age or injuries, here's what I'd tell you.

Everyone has a maximum performance level and it's different for everyone.

The drills, techniques, and principles in the Draw Stroke Mastery system will help ANY shooter draw and shoot dramatically better, regardless of your current ability or skill level.

-Does the training carry over to live fire?

Answer: Absolutely.  That's the whole point of the training.  If you ever hear people say that their dry fire didn't carry over to live fire, it's because they did it incorrectly, and we'll show you proven ways to do it correctly.

-Will this work with a laser sight or red dot sight?

Answer: Yes!  In fact, you'll learn how the right technique and right practice methods will give you a draw stroke that carries over almost effortlessly from iron sights to laser sights to red dots.

-How long does it take?

Answer: The Draw Stroke Mastery system is self-paced.  The modules are each 5-15 minutes apiece.  You'll go through module 1 and work on the drills for a few minutes at a time until they become natural and then move on to module 2 and so on.

At any point, you can go through the bonus videos, which include fundamentals drills as well as a bonus 1 hour follow-along dry fire training video--think of it as the dry fire version of Beachbody, Tae Bo, or P90X...without all of the sweating :)

-Do I need to buy anything to do the training?

Answer: The course uses a few training aids that you may choose to purchase, but you'll also get alternatives that are free or that you can get at your local dollar store.

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