Podcast 82 Competition and Straining Scars
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We’ve all heard that competition can get you killed and training is good for you. But is that true? There are things in competition and training that can get you killed in a real fight, but if you watch out for them you can overcome that and competition can be good for you. Training is definitely good for you, so go get some.
Hand-To-Hand Self Defense
Horrible IDPA and USPSA Habits
- Pressing the trigger to confirm the gun is empty
- You get use to carrying an empty gun
- Safety gets Lax
- Weight Difference with full ammo
Bad Habits of Shooting Games
- Unrealistic Distances
- Moving Habits
- Shooting in the Correct order
- Shooting Specific amounts on a target
Competition and/or Training Scars
- Holstering an Empty weapon
- Needing an outside go signal
- Admin Loading
- Looking for where your bullets hit before moving on
- 180 Rule
- “Never” do that, Never, say Never!
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- March 8, 2014 Pistol Fighting Dynamics 1-Day in Dallas TX
- April 5-6, 2014 Close Range Gunfighting in San Antonio TX
- June 7-9, 2014 Beyond Concealed Carry Enhanced in Centerton AR
- Aug 9, 2014 Beyond Concealed Carry with Author Glen Tate in Seattle WA
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- The Big Giveaway June 30, 2014
- We are giving away a M&P Shield 9mm, 250 Rounds of 9mm, some course tickets, and a shooting bag to 4 lucky members. To enter all you have to do is be an annual shooter’s club member.
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