Today, Riley interviews Karl Rehn of KR Training and talk about training and practice, pistol red dots, and his new bo “Strategies and Standards for Defensive Handgun Training.” Plus we discuss the idea of going Beyond the One Percent and how one accomplishes that. Karl is one of the brightest minds in the shooting and […]
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Today, Riley and Jacob talk about a little known secret to DRAMATICALLY improving your shooting performance, and it has to do with “Micro-Drills.” What are they? And how can you use them most effectively??
If you’ve been following us for any extended amount of time you know that we’re huge advocates of dry firing your gun. The benefits of dry firing cannot be overstated and it’s our belief that anyone serious about self-defense must be doing it at least some of the time in order to effectively increase their […]
This was going to be another article about those drills I so much: Mini-challenges that pit you against you in a test of accuracy and/or time. There are a lot of drills out there that to me as much as six times to ace, and that six-timer one represents at least three range sessions. […]
WHY Should You Track Your Firearm Training and Practice? Before we discuss the best tools and methods, let me begin with some reasons why I feel it is a good idea to log and track all your shooting! You Cannot Improve What You Do Not Measure The reason you take classes and spend time […]
Fix that flinch with the empty case drill It’s the most common shooting error, one every shooter has done at least once, and one many shooters don’t realize they have. It goes by several names—the flinch, anticipation, and jerking the trigger are among the most common. While the problem may not be apparent to the […]