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    Basic Firearms Training for a New Shooter

    One of Rob Pincus’ missions is to show how easily and quickly people with no experience can get started with the fundamental skills of defensive shooting. In under ten minutes, Rob teaches a new shooter basic firearms training using some simple commands: “Extend the gun – touch the trigger – slowly and smoothly press the trigger.” Soon the student is getting high-center-chest hits. The acquisition of simple defensive shooting skills should be just that – simple – and then followed by training in more advanced concepts.

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  • Accuracy is Yes or No

    Accuracy is Yes or No

    In target shooting endeavors, “accuracy” has traditionally been viewed on a scale… a shot closer to the center of your target area has been considered “more accurate” than one near the edge. In defensive shooting, accuracy should be seen as a “yes” or “no” proposition: Either the bullet hit your intended target or it did…

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  • Sight Alignment & Sight Picture for Defensive Shooting

    Sight Alignment & Sight Picture for Defensive Shooting

    In this video, Rob Pincus thoroughly reviews the concepts of Sight Alignment and Sight Picture. While the basic concepts are very simple, fine tuning the application of those concepts will allow you to get the most out of your ability to control deviation and put your rounds exactly where you want them as efficiently as…

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  • Role Playing Instructor Guidelines

    Role Playing Instructor Guidelines

    Rob Pincus sits down with scenario-based training expert Ken Murray to discuss guidelines for role players. Role players’ responses must be well-scripted, and they must overcome their ego in order to help the students. Their job is not to win but to present challenges that the students must overcome.

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  • Simplifying Training with Defensive Shooting Techniques

    Simplifying Training with Defensive Shooting Techniques

    Rob Pincus and Ken Murray discuss the importance of looking at training for defensive shooting in the same ways that we look at skill development for other athletic endeavors. The key is to simplify the process of intuitive skill development, not over-complicate the mechanics.

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