• 4:36

    Competition shooter Rob Leatham finds testing very useful. It measures the shooter’s skill tested by accuracy versus time. A timer is necessary to prove if the shooter is getting the best possible score. Competition Q&A Defensive shooting instructor Rob Pincus questions if this timed test proves that the shooter can produce the same results during

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  • 7:13

    Folding firearms of one kind or another have been around for a long time. In this video, we take a close look at three folding pistols. They’ve gotten a lot of attention recently: Some people think they’re actually dangerous, while others think they have a lot of practical value, not only for emergency survival situations

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  • 2:37

    The Dot Microlight from ASP is a USB rechargeable light that’s 130 lumens and is small, lightweight, and can be carried just about anywhere. It can be attached to a keychain, carried in your pocket, or attached to a piece of gear. The ASP Dot is an extremely useful light. 130 Lumens In these days

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  • 3:26

    Shooters make a lot of excuses for poor performance, everything from the weather to the light being wrong to not feeling well, but these are usually a cover for their poor application of skill. As Rob Pincus and Rob Leatham explain, we should practice shooting in imperfect conditions, because if we have to defend against

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  • 3:15

    Shooting skill sets: Which ones matter only in competition shooting, and which ones matter only in defensive shooting? And where is the overlap? Rob Leatham and Rob Pincus discuss the differences and similarities. Competition Competitive shooting is all about the score, so the most important thing is the points on the target. Accuracy is only

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  • POF Revolution Rifle
    7:44

    The POF-USA Revolution Rifle is a .308 rifle that is the size of a 5.56. It is built with numerous interchangeable parts with POF-USA 5.56 guns, so it is ergonomically and functionally very similar to the AR-15 5.56, but it’s a piston-driven .308. It also weighs only 7.3 pounds. Your “One Gun” Patriot Ordnance Factory

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  • Natural Point of Aim
    2:05

    Champion competition shooter Rob Leatham and defensive shooting instructor Rob Pincus talk about the concept of natural point of aim and if there is such a thing as “correct” positioning of the feet while drawing and firing. Natural Point of Aim One of Rob Leatham’s pet peeves is natural point of aim. As Rob explains,

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  • 4:15

    Gun holsters: What is the best? Many new shooters ask this question, but there is no objective answer because it’s a personal choice for each shooter. PDN Contributor Deryck Poole has some guidelines and several gun holsters to examine. Four Criteria There are four criteria for selecting a defensive handgun holster. First, select a holster

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  • 3:08

    The M1A is traditionally a .308 rifle, but Rob Pincus is on the range with a Springfield Armory M1A that is chambered for the 6.5 Creedmoor round. It’s designed for extreme long-distance shooting up to 1,500 meters. 6.5 Creedmoor This round has become incredibly popular due to its flat-shooting trajectory and the ease with which

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