Concealed Carry

Concealed Carry Series Featuring Chris Collins of NLT

This series is dedicated concealed carry fundamentals and practical considerations.


Concealed Carry 3:7 - Stand Alone

This video shows the real Chris Collins basically identifying, locating and destroying his enemy using the most latest tactical, tail kicking, urban commando moves possible.

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Concealed Carry 3:6 - Training Trigger Finger Prep without Firing

Work into your training a certain amount of drawing the pistol, presenting it, prepping the trigger and not actually firing. This skill is almost as important as being able to prep the trigger, break and get a clean shot. You can run scenarios through your head where the threat is no longer a life threatening threat to you and you do not shoot the target. Therefore, train getting off the trigger.

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Concealed Carry 3:5 Training with Changing your Round Count

Do not get caught up with simply firing the same amount of rounds on target every time you shoot. Change it up. Shoot one time, shoot five times sometimes don't shoot at all just draw, present, prep and have the discipline to not break a shot categorically. In the end for defensive shooter you must shoot to stop the threat.

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Concealed Carry 3:3 - Training To Scan

After you've engaged in a drill be sure to scan. This means look around and determine any other target which may need to be shot. When you do look around do not engage in what they call a range scan but rather really look around and look at hands, look at the person, identify a person as a threat or non-threat.

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Concealed Carry 3:2 - Getting off the “X”

This is a follow up video to arrange the concealed carry work Chris showed in Video The progression is to get off line where you change your position while simultaneously drawing the gun and presenting rounds on target.

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Concealed Carry 3:1 - Introduction to Concealed Carry Live Fire

You do not have to have a lot of fancy setup to train from life fire with a concealed carry. A simple circle on a target such as cardboard backing can suffice as an acceptable accuracy zone. When re-holstering, be very cautious on deliberately re-holstering and make sure everything is free from the trigger fire when putting the gun back into your holster. Take your time. Do not rush this step.

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