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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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Trigger Press Methods

In this video, Mike Hughes discusses a few different methods of trigger control. There are a few different methods taught in the industry but the main goal is to be able to break a shot without disturbing the muzzle alignment. We recommend you find a method that works best for you. Don’t be afraid to […]

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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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