Armed Response: Reloading at Eye Level

Don’t practice reloading a gun at eye level all the time. There are other correct and alternative way of reloading you need to think of in self defense situations.

This series is produced for DRTV by Ralph Mroz and David Kenik.

Feel free to discuss the tips on the forum and below on this page.

Ralph Mroz and David Kenik are the people behind the Armed Response DVD series. These video programs avoid both the simplistic advice that is too often given for armed self-defense, and on the other end of the spectrum, the over-macho “high-speed” “tactical” advice that is also both unrealistic and too prevalent. Instead the focus is on what is realistically possible for most people to do in these extreme circumstances. Mroz was a police officer for almost 20 years, most recently assigned to his county’s drug task force; Kenik is the firearms instructor for the Lake Arthur, NM police department.

2 Responses to Armed Response: Reloading at Eye Level

  1. Patrick

    February 16, 2011 at 3:05 pm

    I hope the ammo in the magazine in the video reloading at eye level was some type of inert/de-activated ammo.

    Good Story but I can see many things go wrong if he is filming a video on reloading and he has live ammo in a magazine inside an office or building.

    I have seen and heard of many problems arising out of people training indoors with live ammunition. Maybe next time use an empty magazine.

  2. Mark

    February 16, 2011 at 3:20 pm

    Competition shooting like IDPA will provide practice reloading behind cover of various types as mentioned under the stress of the clock. It’s not training but it is valuable practice.

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