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Yong Lee – 2016 Shooter’s Summit Replay

This is a replay from the 2016 Shooter’s Summit with 4 division Grandmaster in USPSA, Yong Lee.  Yong is also a full time law enforcement officer, firearms instructor and SWAT team leader.  He is certified as an instructor for the Force Science Institute and teaches officers not only how to shoot better but survive a gunfight.

The 2017 Shooter’s Summit is going to be released on December 17th through the 23rd.  There will be over 30 instructors discussing various concepts in shooting not only performance improvements.  Stay tuned on Facebook “Shooter’s Summit”, the Firearms Nation website (firearmsnation.com) or go to Shooterssummit.com.

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Arik

Full time law enforcement officer and firearms instructor. Also a competitive shooter. Avid gear, guns and tactics aficionado. Bringing value to the shooting world...

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  1. Aaron
    November 27, 2017 at 9:35 pm — Reply

    Hey Arik,
    Love the show and the great perspectives you bring to shooting! I recently got re-engaged in shooting and carrying a firearm everyday and am regularly hit with great insights from your show. I just got done listening to this podcast with Yong Lee and heard him talk about ‘rolling the trigger’ but I can’t seems to find anything online that provides a really good description or video of how that is done. Would you be able to point me to a resource for this? I did find a Yong Lee video of how to not bury the trigger to the rear stop which was interesting but would like to understand how rolling the trigger really works. Any insights would be appreciated!

    • December 5, 2017 at 11:58 am — Reply

      Aaron I think he’s talking about the same thing. I totally see this when I do it that the rounds go dead center because I don’t add any side or rear force on the gun. A bunch of instructors are talking the same thing in the upcoming 2017 Shooter’s Summit. Give it a listen when it comes out on Dec. 17th. I would also try it then next time you are at the range.

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