5 Drills in 5 Days




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26 Responses to “5 Drills in 5 Days”
  1. Jaimie Gonzalez
    Jaimie Gonzalez

    Hello my name is jaime Gonzalez I’m from Texas and I think this program help me a lot also to all the person’s got this and thank you for give me this opportunity

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  2. Winston D Buchanan
    Winston D Buchanan

    I am a retired Marine. (28 yrs 2nd Btl FR) so these drills have some big shoes to fill. Haven’t even looked at them yet so I will let you know what I and the bunch of shooter/friends think. Keep in mind this is my/our opinion. Thanks.

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  3. Jeff Boatman
    Jeff Boatman

    the 5 diamond drill was a little hard to follow. Is it possible to have a split screen to show what the impacts are? I understood 4 single shots, one on each outer diamond, and then 3 on center diamond. I may have just missed it. What does this help to practice? Overall, very nice set of drills.

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  4. Jim Mann
    Jim Mann

    You need to make your targets a bunch more printer ink friendly. These will use waaaaaay too much ink for me to print them out. At $108.00 for the complete ink refill these just use an insane amount of red & black ink to justify printing.

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  5. Bruce Rivera
    Bruce Rivera

    IN REVIEWING THE SCENARIOS, THIS IS AN EXCELLENT MARKSMAN PROCESS FOR TRAINING. I NOTICED HOW WELL THE SHOOTER USED SAFTEY IN THE PROCESS. HOWEVER, AS RETIRED LAW ENFORCEMENT, WHEN DEALING WITH CHALLENGING SHOOTERS, CENTER MASS AIMING WORKS BEST, NOT HEAD SHOTS, GIVEN ADRENALINE, CONDITIONS, AVERAGE CIVILIAN EXPERIENCE ETC. FOR RANGE AND ACCURACY SHOOTING THESE ARE OTHERSWISE DECENT TRAINING TOOLS.

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  6. nelson rodriguez
    nelson rodriguez

    MI NOMBRE ES NELSON RODRIGUEZ INSTRUCTOR GRADUADO EN LA ACADEMIA RAY CHAPMAN COLUMBIA, MISS. INTERESANTE LOS EJERCICIOS SE SALEN DE LO RUTINARIO

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  7. Bob
    Bob

    Good training, video NEEDS a lot of work. It’s not that difficult and it’s cheap to get wind screens for video microphones. In addition, if the video is going to be an example of your excellent training, shouldn’t the demonstrator obey the 45 degree rule on the range when there’s obviously others shooting at the range? Seriously, he muzzles the camera at one point, and frequently turns just too much and muzzles too far away from his down range area. And I agree the downloadable targets are super printer ink intensive for the average person to print and use at home, simple circles with large hollow numbers and letters would be a more practicable option. I hear the demonstrator say the beginning recommended the shooting distances, but shouldn’t this be data on the target for quick easy reference at the range for the average shooter?

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