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  • Practicing with a Limited Pace of Fire on a TIR
    8:08

    One of the worst restrictions we may have to operate under, due to indoor shooting range rules, is one that limits our pace of fire. Delivering a rapid, multiple-shot string of fire to the high center chest area at distances of nine to 15 feet is what we will most likely need to do in

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  • Shooting in a Crowd: Responding to an Active Shooter
    5:44

    Kelly Muir and Rob Pincus examine some specific considerations for responding to an active shooter or other bad guy in a crowded environment. Hitting innocent bystander(s) in addition to — or worse, instead of — the bad guy will only compound an already tragic situation. And many variables exist in a crowd that can affect

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  • Defending Others During an Active Shooter Incident
    4:02

    During an active shooter incident, you may need to move against a fleeing crowd in order to reach a family member on the other side. After some discussion of what not to do, a drill is run that shows one way to push through a crowd. Key points are keeping your gun concealed and under

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  • Transitioning to Backup Gun
    3:32

    If you carry a backup gun, you must train transitioning from your primary to your backup, even though it involves something you may not want to do: dropping your primary gun. Rob Pincus discusses issues surrounding dropping the primary, then demonstrates a drill that includes transitioning when the primary reaches slide lock or malfunctions.

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  • Recognition Drills for Carrying Multiple Guns
    6:14

    If you carry more than one type of gun for personal defense or keep more than one type of firearm staged around your home, training to recognize which gun is in your hand is important. This drill gives you a way to safely train to recognize which gun is in your hand at any given

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  • Part 4. New Gun Owner: Learning to Shoot in 20 Rounds or Less
    6:52

    Efficiently learning to shoot a defensive pistol is important to a new gun owner and those who do not have the resources to attend multiple day classes. Anytime you are preparing for personal defense, you want your training to take as little time, effort and energy as possible. The first place most people will think

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  • Multiple Ports Shooting Drill
    10:31

    This drill forces the shooter to get into awkward shooting positions. Openings of various shapes and sizes are cut into a target backer. Rob Pincus discusses the best way to prepare this target backer to maximize the value of this shooting drill. Since we can’t predict where cover, obstacles or bystanders will be during a

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  • Lateral Movement Drill
    3:16

    Trying to find ways to make your training more challenging isn’t always easy. Once your started integrating lateral movement into your reloading, malfunction and presentation techniques, you’ll want to void forming patterns of movement that are always the same. As you develop your skill, you should also begin practicing the processing of information as much

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