What if there was something you could do in the next 5 minutes that would instantly allow you to shoot tighter, quicker groups without changing your gun, gear, or technique?
And what if the effect compounded over the coming days and weeks and would help you
- See your target AND front sight more clearly, regardless of your age
- Shift focus 2 or maybe even 3 TIMES quicker so you can see your sights quicker when you draw and transition between targets quicker.
- Eliminate confusion when you see 2 sets of sights or 2 targets.
- Shoot tighter groups than ever before…with both eyes open.
- Finally eliminate cross-eye dominance shooting issues.
- Reduce tunnel vision under stress.
- - Have wider peripheral vision…so you can observe and identify threats & opportunities quicker, regardless of whether you’re walking, driving, or shooting.
- And MUCH more…
What is it?
It’s right in front of your eyes
US fighter pilots started using this trick almost 50 years ago to flip the tables on the Communists and gain air superiority…and now every combat aviation training program in the world uses it.
Top pro baseball, hockey, race car driving, and combat sports athletes use this trick to give them an advantage that no drug can.
And people mistake it for good genetics or luck.
In fact, top shooters have shifted their focus over the last few years from raw repetition on the range to doing significantly more of this kind of training.
What is it?
It’s vision training.
But not like any vision training you’ve seen before. This is the first and only vision training course to help combat, competition, and self-defense pistol shooters see threats quicker, see their front sight clearer, and see their front sight quickly enough that they can make aimed hits faster than most shooters can point shoot.
Fortunately, vision is a skill…it’s something you can train. And it will make a bigger immediate difference in how you shoot than almost anything else you can do.
For shooters who are great already, vision is often the limiting factor and upregulating vision is the fastest way to get quick, explosive jumps in performance.
For newer shooters, or shooters who struggle with pistol shooting, visual issues like cross eye dominance, seeing double images, or not being able to find the front sight can be incredibly frustrating. The right vision drills can not only help you shoot quicker, tighter groups, but have a lot more fun in the process.
Just like any skill, if you don’t continually practice and challenge yourself, the skill will decay over time.
We’re conditioned to think that vision is how well you can see when you’re sitting in a chair and looking at different sized “E”s on a chart from across the room, but shooting vision is SO much more than that.
It’s how quickly your eyes can move, how quickly your eyes can shift focus, how wide of a field they see, and how quickly your visual cortex can process what your eyes are seeing.
It’s how well your eyes work together and how well synchronized they are with your other senses.
It’s dynamic. Static vision is great for reading a book or a chart, but vision for shooting is dynamic.
And…this is vital…it’s how accurately your visual cortex combines the two images from your eyes into a single image for the rest of the brain to use.
Here’s an example of a shooter who’s visual cortex was combining the images from his eyes incorrectly. He thinks he's got the sights lined up with his dominant eye, but his sights are lining up with the bridge of his nose instead.
This is common, but if your sights don’t consistently and reliably line up with the center of the pupil of your dominant eye (think of it as a reverse sight picture), you’ll never be as fast or accurate as you could be.
Unfortunately, there are currently only a handful of instructors in the country who assess students for this issue and even fewer who know how to immediately fix it.
You'll learn how to fix it in a few minutes using drills so simple a 7 year old can do them.
Look, it’s natural to want to focus the majority of your time and money in search of the perfect gun, gear, and technique, and those things are important, but they completely ignore the fact that 80% of shooting is in your head.
And MOST of that is visual.
But how much time are you currently spending on improving your vision?
If you’re like most people, you didn’t know it was an option or thought it took too much time. So you're doing absolutely nothing.
The truth is, it takes very little effort to see huge changes to vision--just a few minutes per day--but most people don’t know what to do, so they try gear based solutions.
They try bigger, brighter sights, lasers, optics, and all sorts of other crazy things when just a few minutes a day of the right vision training could make them a WAY better shooter than another doodad can.