Improve Your Shooting By Focusing On The Process
Everybody likes to hit the target. A focusing on the learning process helps you do it more often.
"But I already know how to shoot," you say. Okay, what does that actually mean?
In the world of executive protection, professional agents are trained to move and shoot while simultaneously protecting one or more human lives from an active threat. What are the essential elements of a live-fire, protective-movement engagement you should know if you find yourself in a similar situation while protecting others?
What To Look For In A Good Knife
There are a lot of knives to choose from out there. Here's how to narrow it down to one that's right for you.
Skills Check: Single-Hand Stackup
Can you respond to a potential threat while shooting one-handed?
Making The Long Distance Pistol Shot
If you can make the shot at longer distances, you'll be able to make the shot close in as well.
Making The First Shot
Making that first hit on-target is vitally important, no matter if it's in a competition or in defense of your life.
Mental Focus vs. Mental Awareness
Shooting at the very edge of your skills envelope requires tremendous mental focus and well-developed shooting awareness. However, some shooters believe that shooting awareness and mental focus are one in the same. They are not. Using pistol shooting (combat or competition) as an example, what is the difference between the two and how can it help you hone your shooting skills to a razor’s edge?