• 3:03

    3 Keys to Proper Use of Cover

    Rob Pincus presents the three keys to realistic defensive-shooting practice for use of cover. How do we apply proper use of cover when in a fight? We have to do it by spatial awareness and our proximity to the cover. A gunfight is a dynamic, constantly changing situation. Our emphasis with respect to cover should…

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  • 1:04

    Using an LED Microlight

    An LED microlight is a simple utility item that is inexpensive and very easy to carry. It’s a great item to have in a medical kit or pocket, or attached to a keychain. Packs of ten can be bought for about $12 and each microlight lasts for many hours. FEATURES Consider this little light part…

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  • 5:22

    Balance of Speed & Precision Target and Drill

    The Balance of Speed & Precision Target is designed specifically to improve your defensive shooting. In this video, we take a closer look at the target and at the Balance of Speed & Precision Drill to see how they can help you become a better defensive shooter. BALANCE OF SPEED & PRECISION TARGET Rob Pincus…

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  • 5:06

    Handgun Sights for “Old Eyes”

    Rob Pincus is often asked what type of sights on a defensive pistol are best for a shooter with “old eyes”? By “old eyes,” we mean people with degrading vision or whose vision has changed from when they were younger and their eyes were sharper. Rob offers his suggestions with the caveat that the way…

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  • 2:14

    Defensive Rifle Iron Sights

    Many modern AR-type rifles are equipped with a red-dot sight that helps the shooter get hits on target. But what if you have a 1980s or 1990s vintage AR with iron sights and the carry handle that makes mounting a red-dot sight a challenge? STILL VIABLE? Is this type of rifle still a viable weapon…

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  • 3:41

    How To Pick Up a Dropped Gun

    If you drop your gun, there are some important do’s and don’ts for picking it up, from both safety and tactical standpoints. Rob Pincus demonstrates the best way to pick up your dropped gun. DROP MY GUN? During handgun training courses, Rob encourages shooters to drop their gun if they get a piece of hot…

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  • 5:07

    The 3 Ds of Lateral Movement

    Lateral movement is moving off line from the line of attack to the threat or the target we’re using to simulate the threat. The reason we do lateral movement is to get used to moving while we’re doing our gun handling. As Rob Pincus says, if the gun or some part of the gun is…

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  • 4:46

    Shooting Low and Left: Causes and Fixes

    Shooting low and to the weak side is one of the most common problems Rob Pincus sees on the range. With right handers, who are the majority of the population, it’s shooting low and to the left. This happens because most people have poor support on the weak side of their gun, or they’re not…

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  • 5:04

    Skill Maintenance With SIRT Training Guns

    To do live-fire training, you need firearms, ammunition, and access to a range. During the past year, ammunition and range access have been hard to come by for a lot of shooters. How can you maintain your shooting skills under these circumstances? Rob Pincus offers his advice on this timely topic. SIRT TRAINING PISTOL AND…

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