Ken Murray

Simplifying Training with Defensive Shooting Techniques

Ken Murray
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Rob Pincus and Ken Murray discuss the importance of looking at training for defensive shooting in the same ways that we look at skill development for other athletic endeavors. The best way to simplify defensive training is by utilizing these defensive shooting techniques. The key is to simplify the process of intuitive skill development, not over-complicate the mechanics.

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One Response to “Simplifying Training with Defensive Shooting Techniques”

  1. George Harris

    Simplicity is the name of the game in all shooting and eye/hand coordinated activities. We've taught that for years at the SIG Academy as evidenced by the SIG (Simple Is Good) Principle of firearms training. I have no conflict with what is presented in the video. The less you have to learn and the more you can rely on natural body response to danger, the higher the liklihood of quickly and decisevly winning the confrontation.

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