A look at dry fire training, tactics and safety from inside the car. Dry fire training is of huge benefit to the concealed carrier. The more you handle your firearm, […]
Little drill I use to work on getting off line while drawing from concealed and engaging target along with a tactical mag change and another target and a final administrative […]
Ha ha, this was fun and interesting. First it’s a bit disorienting being upside down and manipulating your firearm. Second I found that my Sig P226 wanted to slide lock […]
A glimpse into the weapon of choice for practical hapkido.
First time cleaning the Sig P320 after over 3,000 rounds 31 hours of live-fire training and nearly 20 hours of dry fire training. Really a great Testament to the Sig […]
Having plaster walls in my home, I needed to know for myself just how tough my walls are and the penetrating power of my home defense rounds. In this test […]
Dynamic footwork and weapon access. Notice how I’m explosively trying to get off line and when I had a garment hang up, I moved a bit more while rectifying it.
This particular drill was for somebody that is right on top of you and may even be holding a gun to your lower back. As was seen on a recent […]
A rather interesting malfunction occurred at the range today, that I had never experienced before. It was a case head failure or case head malfunction, where the cartridge actually separates […]
Many teach a more traditional weapon in their art or system. My Hapkido weapon of choice is the firearm. My Hapkido is practical and geared for the current time and […]
This was at the Shivworks ECQC by Craig Douglas, Florida 2010. This is was right at 12 months from my open heart surgery and was my challenge to myself. I […]
This is a great drill you can do when you’re stuck in a pigeon hole at a typical Indoor Range. It will help you with trigger control, sight picture and […]
Working on from draw, fire from the high 2 position, the 3 or compressed ready and full extension. I should have been doing this on the DPL’s, guess I slipped […]
It’s all about the basics nothing else. Garment clearing, establish grip, draw stroke, sight picture sight alignment, trigger pull and follow through. Rinse and repeat.
One of the stages at Universal Shooting Academy’s Defensive Pistol League. Great fun and skill building all at the same time.
Running a rather old, stock Sig P-226, converted to double action only. Decided, rather spontaneously to head down to Universal Shooting Academy and do the steel challenge. This includes all […]
Must keep moving on this stage of the Universal Shooting Academy in Frostproof Fl during the USA Defensive Pistol League shoot.
Often times many are stuck at a range in a cube and unable to do draw or anything other than punch holes in paper. Well here is a drill that […]
This is a great drill you should be able to do in most indoor ranges it will help you practicing failure to fire with tap rack solution, mag changes and […]
One of many ways to deal with somebody blowing up on you and threatening
This is one of the practice sessions I offer. Often times people get their concealed permit and wonder, well what other practice should I be doing? This is what you […]
This is one of the scenarios run today at the Tiki VPPG Nov. 9, 2013. Imagine being out to eat with family and friends. When a domestic dispute turns deadly […]
One of the more difficult stages… or at least the fastest.
Firearms are a part of our culture and way of life here in America. More and more people are getting their conceal carry permits, but what they are not getting […]