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Training from your Vehicle

  Most of us spend quite a bit of time in our cars but shockingly few have ever trained using their firearm from their vehicle. It seems like it would be a no-brainer to train in your car but very facilities are setup to accommodate this. That’s where the SIRT training pistol comes into play. […]

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Uncalibrated Shooting

Many shooters judge themselves based on how they perform when warmed up. In reality, if you are using your firearm for self defense, you will not have that luxury. It’s important to know how accurate and quick you are with the first few shots. This can be a bit tricky to practice though. How many […]

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Pistol Target Transition Analysis

Transitioning from target to target is simple in theory, but have you thought about the complex ways your body moves just to rotate? Mastering control of your body will allow you to improve the quickness and accuracy of your shots. For this training, we will be focusing on using our thoracic vertebrae, hips, and knees. […]

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Training Lateral Movement(in Rain)

Training Lateral Movement   Moving lateral when shooting is more of a journey than a technique. Hey crab walk style feels strange but simply turning the hips and walking seems to work better.

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