• 10:14

    Sensory Recognition Development

    Through frequent and realistic training, we can use the power of recognition to respond to a threat more efficiently. In this in-depth video, Michael Dasargo of 10X Defense explains that by recognition, he means we’re familiar with what’s happening, and contact is a key method to develop skills and have those skills transfer to the…

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  • Introduction to Fit-Shot Concept
    9:51

    Part 1: Introduction to Fit-Shot Concept

    Rob Pincus discusses a training implementation called FitShot, which combines the exhausting workouts of functional fitness with shooting practice.

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  • Learn Extremity Anatomy for Self-Defense
    4:42

    Part 6: Learn Extremity Anatomy for Self-Defense

    The hands and wrists are made up of very small bones and joints that are mobile and can be moved in many different ways. Peak-Performance Coach Mike Gillette advises that the first thing to understand is the range of motion the joints have, so you can maintain stability no matter how they move in a…

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  • 2:48

    Multiple Rounds into Ballistic Gel

    Rob Pincus conducts ballistic gelatin testing on the new Hybrid-X ammunition from Winchester. He fires three rounds of 9mm Winchester Hybrid-X from 12 feet into 10% ballistic gelatin through two layers of cotton fabric, to obtain wound ballistics data. What sets the Hybrid-X ammunition apart from other rounds? WINCHESTER HYBRID-X Ammunition is a necessary part…

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  • 3:08

    Arming Teachers

    Arming teachers comes up in the media in the wake of every tragedy that happens at a school. Whether a grammar school, high school or university, the conversation turns to what we can do to stop the next spree killer. Even better, what can we do to stop the idea occurring to the next would-be…

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  • 2:41

    Non-Threatening Postures: What to Do After a Shooting

    What to do after a shooting? More specifically, what should you do in the aftermath of using a firearm in a public environment? Barret Kendrick of Bearco Training explains how to reduce the chances of being mistaken for a bad guy. Armed in Public You know that you have just fired on a bad guy…

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  • 4:31

    Situational Awareness: Scanning and Assessing Your Environment

    Two facets of situational awareness are often misunderstood: scanning and assessing the environment. In this video, Rob Pincus clarifies how you should approach them. What Not To Do Scanning the environment does not mean making a superficial scan or moving your head around in random directions and hoping you see something. This is not situational…

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  • 2:47

    Dispelling the Myth of Left-Handed Shooters

    Do left-handed shooters really need to select guns that are specifically designed for them? Deryck Poole of Echo-5 Training has a few firearms on hand that he uses to discredit this myth. Prototype of the PD10 from Avidity Arms

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  • 6:50

    Worlds Collide: Assessing the Environment

    Looking around to determine what action you need to take is radically different for competitive and defensive shooters. In this video, Team Springfield’s Rob Leatham and PDN’s Rob Pincus break it down. Assessing the Environment: Competition As Rob Leatham explains, the competitive shooter assesses his environment in advance of when he shoots. It’s called a…

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