Three of the biggest challenges for dry fire training are safety, setup time, and having to rack the slide between reps. Two of the biggest questions shooters have is how fast to run the trigger and how tight to grip. And one of the biggest problems
One of the most common questions I get about dry fire is whether or not it will hurt the pistol. It can. Firing pins can elongate on hammer fired pistols. Striker pins can break off. And bolt faces can break with
We just passed the 37th anniversary of the “FBI Miami Shootout.” One of the rounds fired stopped JUST short of the heart of one of the shooters…after this hit failed to stop the shooter, the shooter murdered 2 FBI agents. This incident
One of the most popular range drills is the “ball and dummy” drill. The way it typically works is that someone loads your magazine with mostly live rounds and one dummy round… With the expectation that, when you get to it, you’ll
I’m going to share several real life examples where good guys armed with pistols stopped bad guys armed with rifles and talk about some of the realities of pistol vs. rifle fighting and 5 little-known facts about engaging bad guys
What is the best way to simulate “Stress Shooting”? It’s an important question, and one that most people get wrong. When most people think of stress shooting, they think of trying to shoot in high stress shooting conditions that are usually overwhelming.
In strength and conditioning programs for professional athletes, there's a concept known as "training for the scoreboard." What it means is that strength training should make athletes better at their sport, not distract them from it. The key is doing strength training