During a critical incident, you may need to reload your defensive firearm with your support hand because your strong hand might be injured, holding a baby, or otherwise occupied. This is not the time to learn how to reload with your support hand. The time to learn and practice that vital defensive skill is now. Mike Seeklander demonstrates the support-hand reload.
In this video, Rob Pincus contrasts simply being a “Good Shooter” with being prepared to defend yourself with a firearm. This video begins with a demonstration of typical choreographed, mechanical technique resulting in good hits on a target, but not representing the efficient use of a defensive firearm. Simply being a good shooter is notWatch Now >>
Rob Pincus checks in from Oregon as he nears the end of the 2015 PDN Training Tour. In this update, you’ll hear from representatives from two new training facilities, one in Idaho and one in Oregon. Forward Movement Training specializes in non-live fire scenario work as well as fundamental skill development and The JROC catersWatch Now >>
Many in the shooting world stress shooting “Standard Drills” in order to rate their abilities. Anytime you choreograph the exact course of fire, you remove a huge element of your practical training. The need to process information and adjust your response specifically to each scenario is vital to surviving a lethal fight.Watch Now >>