Category: Exercises

Exercise: See It, Feel It, Hit

Exercise: See It, Feel It, Hit It Summary:  We slow things down to speed things up by focusing on pulling the trigger as early as we see what we need to see.Target: Trigger Stripes  4  or 7 yards (with skill)Rounds: 65 live, 100 dry This exercises works on visual recognition and a calm trigger pull by…
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Exercise: Setting proper wrist cam

Exercise: Setting Wrist Cam for minimal rise, straight up and down travel Summary:  Adjust the wrist cam, both individually and as a pair, to secure minimal muzzle rise with front sight moving straight up and down. Rounds: 50 to 100 rounds As with all of our targets, their use is only limited by your imagination.  Identify what…
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Exercise: Build it Right X 200

Exercise: By the Numbers Summary:  Get 132 dry, and 96 live, reps of building your perfect stance and grip.Rounds:  96Dry Variant: 132 dry, you can do this dry onlyTarget: 2 Inch CirclesDistance: 5 to 7 yards with skillVariants: Any target will do Correct repetitions build subconscious mastery.  Let’s do 100 just right! Dry: 120 reps, 10…
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Exercise: Visual Patience in Transition

Exercise: Visual Patience in Transition Summary:  A decreasing par time exercise where you build in urgency combined with the patience to ensure  you see the sight picture you need see when transitioning between targets of varying difficulty and required sight pictures. Rounds: 150 to 200 roundsDry:   Varied, but expect at least 100.   As with…
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Exercise: Fire when You See It

Exercise: Fire when You See It Summary:  A decreasing par time exercise where you build in urgency combined with the patience to ensure  you see the sight picture you need to see before shooting. Rounds: 150 to 200 roundsDry:   Varied, but expect at least 100.   As with all of our targets, their use is…
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Exercise: Earlier Efficiency for Fast Transitions

Exercise: Early Efficiency In Transitions Summary:  Build efficient transitions with direct gun travel and earlier vision. Level: Intermediate – requires good fire control and an understanding of natural point of aimRounds:  185,  140 dryTarget: 4×6 rectangle  (print a few), 3 target backers/stands, set at yardage, about 1 to 3 yards apart (vary as you like). One target on…
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Exercise: The Gun Also Rises – 100 Rounds

Exercise: The Gun Also Rises Summary:  Burn in the concept of Lifting the Gun Up with Sights Aligned and Pausing Rounds: 100 live, 225 dryDistance: 3 to 7 yards with skillTarget:  5 inch circles with 1″ center dotStart Position: Compressed Imminent Threat Whether drawing from holster, from the gun held in an administrative position, gun held…
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Exercise: Trigger Time 100

Exercise: Trigger Time 100 Summary:  100 Rounds of Your Best Trigger Pulls Ever, Or your money back!Rounds:  224 dry, 100 liveStart Position: Compressed Imminent ThreatTarget: 2″ Round CirclesDistance: 3 to 7 yards with skillDry Variant: Do the dry portion only Most people can aim. Far fewer people can keep the gun from moving when pulling the…
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Exercise – Visual Patience (to the edges)

Exercise: Visual Patience (to the edges) Summary: Build your ability to see the sight picture you need to seeRounds:   150 rounds, 150 dryTime:  30 minutesNeeded:  Visual Patience 3 Bars Target  (3 of them)Distance: 3 to 7 yards depending on skill.  Once you get past basic fire control issues (stance, grip, trigger),  advancing your shooting becomes…
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Exercise – TPC WB 5 40 (Walkback 5 40)

Exercise – The WalkBack 5 40 (WB 5 40) – an exercise and a test Summary: Shoot from 5 yards to 50 (reduced tgt at 25) in this test of draw, vision, and trigger.Rounds: 40Targets : USPSA/IPSC Metric Target,  PractiMini We recommend watching the video. https://youtu.be/lSC2gS9j12M Procedure: – each string starts from holster, with gun loaded,…
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