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CompetitionFirearmsTrainingUncategorized

Dry fire or dry practice is the building block of any training program. Unless you live on a range with access to thousands of rounds, you need to be dry firing, at least 10 minutes a day.

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FirearmsGearTrainingUncategorized

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CompetitionFirearmsTacticsTraining

The Grip is something that I learned is almost important as the trigger pull. I’ve noticed that larger people have an advantage when it comes to grip. Watch this and leave a comment if you agree..

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CompetitionTacticsTrainingUncategorized

So you want to be fast? After years of trying to be fast (and crashing) I finally worked out the issues and broke it down into these three steps. 1) Forget the emotional feeling of time passing. 2) Work in the subconscious state. 3) Move with the least amount of

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FirearmsGearHollywoodInterviewTrainingUncategorized

I’m very honored that Michael Bane took the time to sit down with me at the end of SHOT Show. Michael, for those of you that don’t know him, is a gentleman scholar of the shooting world. He has been around reporting, competing and creating shows on shooting for over

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CompetitionSHOT ShowTrainingUncategorized

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TacticsTraining

Shooting on the move or moving while shooting? To be or not to be, that is the question…or for us, it’s should I shoot on the move? As a law enforcement trainer, I am routinely asked to incorporate shooting drills that have the officers moving.  In class, there are always

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