Category Archives for SIRT Training Pistol

Travis Haley is a fluid shooter who combines biomechanic principes with shooting skills

Travis Haley on Working Out with Proper Biomechanics on Shooting

Travis Haley practices in his daily life getting in and out of positions, his general body mechanics as a lifestyle on and off the range. POSITION WORK: Haley discusses position work such as just taking a knee. Haley stresses instead of just stepping narrow, step out to try to have three points of contact, the […]

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Mitigating liability when shooting a lethal threat. Showing upward trajectory of bullet

Shooting Head Shots with Upward Angle to Mitigate Liability

This entry is part 2 of 2 in the series Gulla Single Hand Defensive Shooting

This entry is part 2 of 2 in the series Gulla Single Hand Defensive ShootingShooting upward to the head on an imminent lethal threat not only gets your head out of the line of fire and delivers a immediately incapacitating counter strike, but further, you can limit your liability in the event you miss. Of […]

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Some analysis on how to most effectively transition the gun from one location to a second location. The contraction of muscle depends on the amount of distance. A shorter transition demands quick upper thoracic vertebrae rotation. A wider transition requires more recruitment of the knees and hip thrust. Always drive the eyes aggressively to lead the body.

Breakdown of Narrow and Wide Target Transitions

The article provides analysis on how to most effectively transition a gun from one location to a second location. The contraction of muscle depends on the amount of distance between targets. A shorter transition demands quick upper thoracic vertebrae rotation. A wider transition requires more recruitment of the knees and hip thrust. Always drive the […]

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Don Gulla with SIRT Getting Head Offline with Single Hand Return Fire to Head

Getting Head Out of Kill Zone and Returning Fire to Head of Threat with Single Hand Shooting

This entry is part 1 of 2 in the series Gulla Single Hand Defensive Shooting

This entry is part 1 of 2 in the series Gulla Single Hand Defensive ShootingOne handed shooting can have an advantage when moving to your left (for right handed shooters). There are situations where you can get shots off quicker and get your head off line when addressing threats. Don Gulla shows drills to get […]

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Where to Use the SIRT

[supsystic-slider id=1 position=”center”] There are many areas of use with the SIRT Training Pistol and the SIRT AR-Bolt.  Instructors use the SIRT as a demonstration tool to illustrate the fundamentals and then they use SIRTs as a practice tool allowing students get repetitions in class. Then instructors use the SIRT on the range to diagnose any shooting deficiencies, commonly, trigger control and […]

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Drawing from Concealement

Chris Collins Concealed Carry Draw Part 5

This entry is part 5 of 6 in the series Collins Concealed Carry

This entry is part 5 of 6 in the series Collins Concealed CarryCONCEALED CARRY DRAW Knowing multiple ways to reload and when to use each is a critical skill for a concealed carry shooter. In this segment, Chris is going to go over the speed reload and the tactical reload. The primary difference of the […]

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Drawing from Concealement

Chris Collins Concealed Carry Draw Part 6

This entry is part 6 of 6 in the series Collins Concealed Carry

This entry is part 6 of 6 in the series Collins Concealed CarryCONCEALED CARRY DRAW   In last segment of our Chris Collins Concealed Carry series, we will go over one handed shooting with both the strong and weak hand. This is an essential skill to work on as it’s possible that one of your […]

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Chris Collins Concealed Carry Draw Series 2 Episode 1

This entry is part 1 of 1 in the series Collins Concealed Carry 2

This entry is part 1 of 1 in the series Collins Concealed Carry 2CONCEALED CARRY 2:1 In the first video of this second series by Chris Collins, you will learn the pros and cons of concealed carrying on the front half of your waistband. Chris utilizes a Kydex holster for this training but it will […]

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Drawing from Concealement

Chris Collins Concealed Carry Draw Part 4

This entry is part 4 of 6 in the series Collins Concealed Carry

This entry is part 4 of 6 in the series Collins Concealed CarryCONCEALED CARRY DRAW   In this segment of our Chris Collins Concealed Carry Series, we will go over close quarters combat. It is safest to train for extreme close quarters positions with your SIRT and not a live fire weapon due to the […]

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Drawing from Concealement

Chris Collins Concealed Carry Draw

This entry is part 1 of 6 in the series Collins Concealed Carry

This entry is part 1 of 6 in the series Collins Concealed Carry  CONCEALED CARRY DRAW Have you tried different draw strokes from a cover garment?  Cover garments can range  from a lot of things such as open jackets, Tshirts, button-down shirts, etc.   Chris talks about an open jacket position at about 22 seconds in […]

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Drawing from Concealement

Chris Collins Concealed Carry Draw Part 2

This entry is part 2 of 6 in the series Collins Concealed Carry

This entry is part 2 of 6 in the series Collins Concealed CarryCONCEALED CARRY DRAW   Getting off the X, what does it mean? The x is the point of attack or where the attacker will be focusing their attacks. Chris demonstrates at :20 seconds that he is standing on the X, as he would […]

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Drawing from Concealement

Chris Collins Concealed Carry Draw Part 3

This entry is part 3 of 6 in the series Collins Concealed Carry

This entry is part 3 of 6 in the series Collins Concealed CarryCONCEALED CARRY DRAW In the third installment of this series, Chris discusses the benefits of moving at an angle towards your target. While this may seem counterintuitive, it gets you off the X and forces the attacker to react to your movements. Additionally, […]

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2010 Intro of SIRT

An early video of introducing the SIRT Training Pistol.  This video was around the time of Top Shot Season III.  

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