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Today, I’ve got 2 common AR-15 training errors that I’m going to take A LOT of heat for pointing out.  See what they are now by clicking >HERE<
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Rick woke with a start. Heart pounding. It was 2:15 AM. His mind raced.

What if she got a flat tire in the wrong part of town?...

What if she had too much to drink some night?

In his eyes, she was still 4 years old with pig tails, trying to convince him to let her paint his toe nails.

She was still his little girl, even if she wasn’t 4 years old any more.

And she was 1,500 miles from home.

On a campus full of boys. BOYS! 18 year olds with 12 year old brains. And he didn’t like the way they looked at her.

He thought, “Did I do everything I could to keep her safe? Is there anything more I should have done…anything I can do right now?

I’ve talked and met with Rick several times about this. And it’s not just about fathers of daughters off at college.

It’s about anyone who takes on the roll of a protector. A defender.

A guardian for their family.

When everyone’s with you, it’s easy.

You’ve got skills.

You’re switched on.

But how does a parent or grandparent realistically protect their kids when they’re not even in the same zip code?

>www.avoiddeterdefend.com< was Rick’s solution to protect his daughter.

And this Labor Day weekend, we want to get it into the hands of everyone in the country who has a young adult in their life who they care about, so you can give them the skills they need to stay safe.

This is how you can still protect them, whether you’re across town, across the state, or across the country when danger rears it’s head and threatens the one you love.

Click >www.avoiddeterdefend.com< to learn more now.

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'What's with the befuddled look?  Read to find out...

When you shoot a semi-auto pistol, there are a few things that can happen after the bang...

1.  A new round chambers and you're ready for the next shot.
2.  The slide goes forward and doesn't pick up a round.  When you press the trigger again, it goes click instead of bang.
3.  The slide locks back on an empty magazine.
4.  There's a hard malfunction due to a double feed or stovepipe.

And there are some catastrophic failures that can happen that turn your pistol into a paperweight until it gets professional care.

The speed at which you can get your gun back in the fight can make the difference between living and dying. 

Most training emphasizes fixing these problems faster by MOVING faster.  But there are more effective techniques that will let you fix the problems faster by working SMARTER.

The typical protocol when you hear a click instead of a bang is to tap the magazine, rack the slide, and re-engage the target, if necessary.

The typical protocol if the slide locks back on an empty magazine is to drop the mag, reload, and re-engage the target, if necessary.

The typical protocol for a hard malfunction is to tap the magazine, rack the slide, and when that doesn't work, rip out the magazine, rack the slide 3x, insert a new magazine, rack the slide, and re-engage the target, if necessary.

What REALLY happens, more often than not, is that when the gun doesn't do what a shooter wants it to do, they either stare at it like it's a Martian OR use their eyes to diagnose and fix the issue...like this befuddled guy in the picture :)

This is a problem.

Visual processing is S L O W.  It's WAY slower than touch.

As much as .25-.5 seconds slower.

And it doesn't work in low-light & no-light conditions.

Amazingly, this course (http://concealedcarrymasterscourse.com/fb) teaches students how to identify the condition of a firearm after shooting by feel alone...which means that a shooter can be blindfolded and shooting and diagnose the condition of the firearm, without changing their grip, after every shot. 

And that means you can reload and fix malfunctions faster in full light and WAY faster in low light.

Let me take this one step further...

The typical hard malfunction drill takes a LONG time to do.  In part because you do a tap + rack before you even begin taking care of the problem.

But if you could tell, by feel alone, when you have a hard malfunction, you could shave 1-3 seconds off of the time that it takes to get the gun back in action by skipping the tap + rack and going straight to removing the magazine.

Think about this for a second...people will spend hundreds of dollars trying to shave a tenth of a second off of their reloads by doing an inferior technique a little bit faster. 

By using a smarter, more effective approach, you can slash your reload and malfunction times without having to move any faster.

Work smarter, not harder by clicking here: http://concealedcarrymasterscourse.com/fb'
'I downloaded a great collection of dry fire resources yesterday from Chris Sajnog.  Chris is the former lead instructor and the guy who wrote the book for the SEAL Sniper Program.  You can download it here:  https://s3-us-west-1.amazonaws.com/chrissajnogshares/Tools+for+learning+to+shoot+at+home.pdf

There are some great recommendations in there, including Dry Fire Training Cards and other at-home dry fire training tools that both Chris and I use & recommend.

Let me know what you think :)'
'A Quiet Revolution In Firearms Training...

A few years ago, I went to David Morris 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, but without high volume practice, the head knowledge never gets cemented into the subconscious and 80% of what’s learned slips away in a few short weeks.

This lack of practice is a big reason why law enforcement has a 15-25% hit ratio…and, depending on the department, those numbers include suicides, negligent discharges where the officer hits themselves or someone else, shots on animals, and sniper shots.

I had a vision.

Why not get instructors to not only teach students the skills and techniques necessary to perform to a given standard, but also send them home with practice drills that they could do with an empty firearm to drive the lessons from the course into their subconscious so that they could perform at a higher level under stress.

This one extra step would give instructors many times more life-changing leverage with their students at a minimal time and financial cost.

Being realists, we knew that most firearms instructors are incredibly busy and don’t have the time to come up with high-quality take home practice material for their students, so we wrote “Tactical Firearms Training Secrets”  with input from Special Forces Colonel, Randy Watt, Force Recon Marine, “BM.D.”, Navy SEAL, Lt. Larry Yatch, and dozens more.

Tactical Firearms Training Secrets will show you how to PROPERLY use dry fire, airsoft, and mental imagery to get incredibly fast and wicked accurate with a pistol.  And, if you’re wondering, this is the book that inspired Dry Fire Training Cards!

If you haven’t checked it out yet, I want to encourage you to do so right now.  It’s less than $10 on my site or a little bit more on Amazon (there’s a link to where you can buy it on Amazon on the page where the link takes you), so there’s really no reason not to take action right now.

Check it out now by going here: www.tacticalfirearmstrainingsecrets.com/fb'
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Today, I’ve got 2 common AR-15 training errors that I’m going to take A LOT of heat for pointing out.  See what they are now by clicking >HERE<
http://aweber.com/t/DougS

Rick woke with a start. Heart pounding. It was 2:15 AM. His mind raced.

What if she got a flat tire in the wrong part of town?

What if she had too much to drink some night?

...

In his eyes, she was still 4 years old with pig tails, trying to convince him to let her paint his toe nails.

She was still his little girl, even if she wasn’t 4 years old any more.

And she was 1,500 miles from home.

On a campus full of boys. BOYS! 18 year olds with 12 year old brains. And he didn’t like the way they looked at her.

He thought, “Did I do everything I could to keep her safe? Is there anything more I should have done…anything I can do right now?

I’ve talked and met with Rick several times about this. And it’s not just about fathers of daughters off at college.

It’s about anyone who takes on the roll of a protector. A defender.

A guardian for their family.

When everyone’s with you, it’s easy.

You’ve got skills.

You’re switched on.

But how does a parent or grandparent realistically protect their kids when they’re not even in the same zip code?

>www.avoiddeterdefend.com< was Rick’s solution to protect his daughter.

And this Labor Day weekend, we want to get it into the hands of everyone in the country who has a young adult in their life who they care about, so you can give them the skills they need to stay safe.

This is how you can still protect them, whether you’re across town, across the state, or across the country when danger rears it’s head and threatens the one you love.

Click >www.avoiddeterdefend.com< to learn more now.

Questions? Comments? Let me know

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