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    Rob Pincus is on the range to demonstrate an efficient draw stroke — presenting the gun from the holster — particularly in terms of the proximity of the gun to the body and the orientation phase of pointing the gun at the target. Rob is carrying outside the waistband for these gun shooting drills, but… Read more »

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    Rob Pincus is using an FN 15 Tactical II rifle to work on varying the target distance in order to vary his balance of speed and precision. The two main things you can vary are target size and target distance to help work on your balance of speed and precision, in recognizing the fastest pace… Read more »

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    The two Robs, PDN’s Rob Pincus and Team Springfield™’s Rob Leatham, are back on the range and timing their shooting drills. Who do you think wants to toss the timer: defensive shooter Pincus or competition shooter Leatham? Competition Drill In competition shooting, where accuracy and speed are the keys to success, timing is indeed critical…. Read more »

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    The hows and whys of effective shooting on the move are examined in the latest handgun training session with defensive shooter Rob Pincus of PDN and competition shooter Rob Leatham of Team Springfield. Leatham’s Take In competition, the two elements that determine a score are speed and accuracy. Targets are often shot on the move… Read more »

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    What dictates your most likely engagement distance with a threat? Rob Pincus asks this question near the start of every rifle training course he teaches, so students will understand why the target set up on the range isn’t 50, 100 or 300 meters away — it’s three to five meters away. Why Use This Distance?… Read more »

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  • PDN 013621f_k5f65u_c Varying Distance with Reactive Targets
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    Rob Pincus has talked about the importance of varying your target sizes and distances. For defensive training, sizes are basically determined by the head and chest size target areas on paper or steel targets. Reactive Shooting Targets Of course one option for varying distances during shooting drills is to place the targets at different distances… Read more »

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    Worlds Collide is the video series that brings together the perspectives of defensive shooter Rob Pincus of PDN and competition shooter Rob Leatham of Team Springfield. During this trip to the range, the two Robs demonstrate skill development drills. Although they do not agree on how to execute drills, they agree on where skill development… Read more »

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  • PDN 012852f_k5e71u Worlds Collide Stage vs Simulation
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    Worlds Collide is an ongoing video series that brings together the perspectives of two of the shooting world’s top minds: PDN’s own Rob Pincus and renowned competition shooter Rob Leatham of Team Springfield™. What can defensive and competition shooters learn from each other? Competition With two targets set up at the range, Rob Leatham explains… Read more »

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  • PDN 013583f_k5f57u_c FN P12 Pump Gauge Shotgun - SPONSORED
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    The 12-gauge pump-action shotgun is ubiquitous in the defensive market and in police cruisers. FN’s version, the FN P-12, is a weapon you can rely on for home defense or patrol use. We do some shotgun training with the P-12 to see how it performs. No Ordinary 12 Gauge The FN name is associated with… Read more »

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