• Handgun Training: Pistol Sight Design Breakdown
    5:36

    Rob Pincus has seen many different sights on students’ self defense pistols and has used even more himself over the last 30 years, but has never seen a design that works better than the traditional notch and blade type sight. The front sight is designed to fit into the notch of the rear sight. Rob

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  • Rear Sight: Claw Emergency Manipulation Sight
    4:43

    Rob Pincus demonstrates the Claw Emergency Manipulation Sight, which is designed to make emergency one-handed manipulations easier if a malfunction occurs by making the “tap, rack” as efficient as possible. The Claw is a rear sight with a concave edge that hooks onto your holster, belt or any other edge you may use to slide

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  • Installing Defensive AmeriGlo Sights on a Handgun
    7:38

    A sensible modification for a defensive handgun is installing aftermarket sights, especially ones that are for defensive use. In this tutorial video, Rob Pincus is at the workbench and installs a set of AmeriGlo sights on a Glock. What tools do you need to complete this? What checks should you perform when you get to

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  • Using Sight for Single-Hand Reload
    7:11

    Rob Pincus demonstrates and explains the preferred method for reloading your semi-automatic firing with your strong hand only. Rob also points out the significant advantage that a modern rear sight, without a sloped front edge, provides for this worst-case scenario situation.

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  • 5:29

    Consistency is extremely important when handling your pistol, especially when you use multiple types, and being able to consistently get your weapon into battery can seriously influence your effectiveness during a dynamic critical incident.

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