Month: June 2016

Dry Fire Training: Mastering the Handgun

June 30, 2016 3 Comments This article was originally written for policeone.com. Do you want to significantly increase your overall shooting proficiency on a permanent basis? Do you want to increase your speed, accuracy, and mental conditioning for gunfighting? If so, you must learn to incorporate dry fire practice into your lifestyle. Dry fire is…
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Gear News: The Protos-M Holster from Black Arch

June 28, 2016 While you may not have heard of Black Arch Holsters before, they have just announced a new line of holsters that looks very promising. The Utah-based company states that its new Protos-M holster can adapt to any style of carry–meaning that you can carry concealed, regardless of the season or the situation, without needing…
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Building Your Own Drills

June 28, 2016 I get many questions every month on what drills will improve various shooting skills.  Common questions include “What drills can I do for better trigger control?” and “What drill will help me get faster on my draw and first shot?” The list goes on and on.  There are the countless drills online…
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Accuracy Under Pressure

June 23, 2016 1 Comment One of the more difficult concepts to keep in tune for the serious practitioner is maintaining a high level of precision under pressure, especially in dynamic situations. In fact, I found myself stumbling a bit this year due to some bad habits that I had developed over time. It wasn’t…
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Who is that guy?

June 21, 2016 2 Comments I put on my 44-pound weighted X Vest and look upward at the hill in front of me. The 50 to 60 degree incline is a daunting sight. It’s going to be a real challenge today. I start to run, steadily, up the hill. Three-quarters of the way up, my…
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