Having trained law enforcement units for nearly 20 years, my training philosophy is more than just “training.” It’s also about maintaining and advancing your perishable skills. Perishable skills are those skills that depreciate in effectiveness over time if they are not practiced. Basically anything you do that requires hands-on activity is a perishable skill. This
Knowing how to draw a pistol from a holster is like any other skill when it comes to shooting — it’s perishable. Meaning if you don’t incorporate properly drawing your weapon into your training regimen, you’re giving the tactical shooting advantage to your adversary. Whether it’s drawing your firearm against an active shooter, someone with
Save even more money on ammunition by adding this dry fire pencil drill to your home training. They say the pen is mightier than the sword — but what about the meek little pencil? More proof that you have everything you need to train right at home! Clear out your gun Sharpen a few pencils
Recently we were running a class for some DHS agents through a local shoot-house and I had a few minutes to work on some dry-fire while the house was clear. As I was practicing my draw, I remembered that our producer (Tony Di Zinno) had asked us to take some video to show the film crew prior to filming our upcoming Navy SEAL Combat Shooting DVD Series.
Most of my readers and team members are hard working Americans having a 9 to 5 job and sustaining a
If you remember from my last article, I mentioned that the middle part of change is always difficult. Well, this
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