Category Archives: Training

Issues With Shooting Stance

Images courtesy Gunsite.com The first experience that I had with a two-handed shooting stance was the isosceles stance as taught by the FBI at our police academy. The shooter stood erect and shot with both arms extended and elbows locked. … Continue reading

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Understanding the Flash Sight Picture

The flash sight picture is a defensive shooting technique that was developed by Col. Jeff Cooper as a part of the Modern Technique of the Pistol. It is a method that allows the defensive shooter to get quick hits on … Continue reading

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The El Presidente Drill

Although the “El Presidente” shooting drill was devised some years ago, it is still an excellent way for the defensive shooter to test his or her skills and, hopefully, document improvement in his training and practice. It requires three targets, … Continue reading

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Shotgun Myths

The shooting sports have to hold some kind of record for having the most number of myths that have been handed down, sworn to, and accepted, by folks who can’t seem to think for themselves. And, for my money, shotgunning … Continue reading

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