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Armed Response: Reloading at Eye Level

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…

Armed Response: Don’t Stand Still

Armed Response: Don’t Stand Still

Most of us has been taught to stand still when we draw and shoot. A combination of movement and cover should be on your mind when you practice a self…

Armed Response: Don’t Improve Your Trigger

Armed Response: Don’t Improve Your Trigger

Some of us like to improve the trigger of our handguns. A light match trigger on a concealed carry firearm might turn into a problem rather than an advantage. This…

Armed Response: Gripping Your Handgun

Armed Response: Gripping Your Handgun

Accessing your handgun in the proper way will solve some of the problems we experience in different situations. In real life scenarios the hand doesn’t always start from a fixed…

Armed Response: Don’t Aim for the Upper Chest

Armed Response: Don’t Aim for the Upper Chest

Aiming for the Upper Chest or Central Mass results in effective shot placement. This is a reasonable theory if no one is moving. In a real life self defense situation,…

Armed Response: Don’t Shoot Small Groups

Armed Response: Don’t Shoot Small Groups

Shooting small groups is nice on the range. An effective shooter in a self defense situation, has to consider and find the balance between speed and accuracy. This series is…

Armed Response: Your Support Hand and the Draw

Armed Response: Your Support Hand and the Draw

Most street encounters happen at very close distances. This is something you need to have in mind when practicing self defense scenarios with a handgun. In close encounters, your support…

Armed Response: Don’t Isolate Your Draw Stroke

Armed Response: Don’t Isolate Your Draw Stroke

This week in our “Don’t Train as You Were Taught” series, we focus on drawing the gun in a self defense situation. Standing “rooted” on your feet as you draw…