The folks at Gunsite have developed this three-stage security drill. It’s a great practice routine and a way to check and improve your skill level over time. You might notice some variations on classic handgun routines… Here are some drills for security personnel and anyone else looking to sharpen their skills for speed and accuracy. […]
With many things in life, I deliver better results with aggressive time limitations. There’s nothing like a tight deadline to make me focus and produce. Unfortunately, shooting isn’t one of those activities. In fact, adding a time crunch to basic shooting tasks has the opposite effect of degrading performance, sometimes to near comical levels. One […]
FBI agents have to pass this course of fire on a regular basis. It involves one-hand, two-hand, and weak-hand shooting from distances between three and 25 yards. It’s a great way to measure and track your skills over time.
Excuse me sir, how do you get to the Bianchi Cup? Practice, practice, practice! As fun as it can be, going to the range, standing there and plinking away at targets isn’t the most efficient way to improve your shooting. Like anything else you want to get good at, you need to structure your practice. […]
We’ve learned that people tend to get really bent out of shape about the use of water boarding torture – especially terrorists. But what about Dot Torture? Dot Torture is an ancient warrior preparation ritual designed to inspire a false sense of security, aggravation and snarky comments at the range. If I had to pick […]