• 3:29

    The slide lock reload drill is a simple drill that you and your training partners can use to create Surprise Reload Opportunities. Learning the mechanics of proper reloads are just a starting point; your goal should be learning how to apply those mechanical skills without hesitation or cognitive thought when you recognize slide lock.

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  • Pistol Malfunctions: Tap and Rack

    What do you do if your pistol doesn’t go “Bang!” when you need it to in the middle of a string of fire? If you hear a “click” when you expect a “bang,” pull the gun in, tap the magazine to make sure it’s properly seated, rotate your hand up and over the top of…

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  • Pistol Malfunctions: Quick Reload

    How should we practice to deal with malfunctions with our defensive pistol? Rob advocates a non-diagnostic linear malfunction response for a quick reload. If you feel there’s not a complete cycling of the slide, going to a quick reload is appropriate. In the middle of a gunfight, don’t look at the pistol to see what’s…

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  • Rear Sight: Claw Emergency Manipulation Sight

    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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  • Using Sight for Single-Hand Reload

    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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  • One-Handed Shot After Reload

    Rob Pincus explains the best way to properly utilize close-quarters counter ambush shooting when you are reloading and your attacker is still approaching.

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  • Dryfire Practice With A Training Partner

    Claude Werner and Rob Pincus demonstrate a training session for dryfire practice with a handgun.

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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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  • Contact Shooting Simulation

    Rob Pincus and a training partner demonstrate principles and fundamentals of contact shooting during a lethal threat.

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