Category: Reactive Shooting

Exercise: 1″ Dots Fastest 75 with a Twist

Exercise: 1″ Dots at Speed Summary:  Shoot dots as fast as you can hit them. An exercise for the “speed” portion of a practice.  You can try this cold as well from time to time to see where you are on high pressure shooting with no warmup.   Rounds: 75 Target: 1″ Dots (https://tacticalperformancecenter.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/TPC_1_Inch_Circles_Target.pdf) Time:  < 1…
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Exercise: Visual Patience, 100 rounds, 1 hour

Exercise: VP 170/100 – See What You Need to See for different targets An exercise improves a fundamental. A drill improves a set of connected skills or fundamentals. This exercise builds up 2 core fundamentals – seeing what you need to see, and deciding as early as you can what you need to see.  These…
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The Draw: Present at speed for hard shots

Summary: Present at the same speed for hard or easy shots. You will save time you can spend confirming your sight picture and ensuring a hit. Try this on the WB40 exercise. It’s very common when you know you have a tough shot to present the gun slowly. That just wastes time better spent either…
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Reactive Shooting

Reactive Shooting Science Program The science of the best chance of a hit as early as possible. Ron Avery, Co-founder and Director of Training for TPC, developed his Reactive Shooting Science program many years ago and now uses this program exclusively through the Tactical Performance Center in St. George, UT. This program uses the very best…
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Reactive Shooting

Reactive Shooting Science Program The science of the best chance of a hit as early as possible.  Ron Avery, Co-founder and Director of Training for TPC, developed his Reactive Shooting Science program many years ago and now uses this program exclusively through the Tactical Performance Center in St. George, UT.   This program uses the very…
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