Category Archives for Drive the Gun

Acceptable Accuracy

Do you shoot to maximize your speed and accuracy?  If you want to maximize your speed and accuracy you have to strive to get “acceptable hits” not “perfect center hits”.

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POV Shooting USPSA Competitive Shooting Stage

POV in a USPSA Stage I’m personally not a huge fan of the point of view camera shot. It doesn’t quite tell a whole story. However, GoPros have a use and in a stage like this, the shot provides an idea of a gauntlet style action pistol shooting stage.

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AM Training Series

AM Training: Shooting Pistol Forward Deceleration: When you are 100% cold hitting the range try a challenging drill that taxes your fundamentals.  This drill is a simple drill of two shots at each position of 25 yrds, advance to 20 yrds, 15 yrds and finally two shots at 10 yards.  It is harder than it […]

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Analyzing Recoil with High Speed Camera: Straight or Bent Arms

Straight arms or Bent Arms When Shooting a Pistol? ANALYSIS OF RECOIL WITH HIGH-SPEED CAMERA One focus of this analysis is to understand whether you should use straight arms or bent arms. This video shot a few years ago is at least a beginning of an analysis to slow things down and see if there’s […]

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Low Port with Punching Out Gun

Low Port Shooting Today we just had a simple drill of a low port shooting where we kept the pistol back to her chest until he saw the target before we punched out and broke a shot. Want to go live fire; we put brass in the pistols to induce malfunctions. This is an excellent […]

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Performance at its Best

Performance This Video Says it All… On a serious note though,  training at full speed to the point of failure with a lot of repetitions with the SIRT ingrains in safety, namely, finger off trigger and muzzle awareness.

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Training Lateral Movement with Decelerating and Shooting

Decelerating Body to Set Up and Shoot It’s nice to have a barricade that has a lot of variability to it so we have to plant our feet and have some upper body shifting to get on target as quickly as possible.  All often we use the same apparatuses on the range such as standard barricades […]

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2010 USPSA Nationals

Competing in a national level competition against the best around the country(an arguably around the world) is an exhilarating experience. Stage 07 Playlist of 2010 Super Squad

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2010 Area 1 USPSA Videos

Competition Shooting Anyone has any interest in taking they’re shooting to the next level, shooting competition provides a structure to focus your training towards speed and accuracy. Of course is a lot to pistol training, but speed and accuracy is a cornerstone skill set. Stage 1 Area 1 USPSA  2010 Stage 3 Area 1 USPSA […]

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2010 Competition USPSA Videos

Competition shooting can be immensely fun. The competition always hones in your speed and accuracy.  Further, we can compete into our advanced years. It is also nice to take some time off and be able to pick it up again when Life circumstances allow. Yong Lee at Double Tap 2010 Mike Hughes Stage 6 Double Tap 2010 […]

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