These are secrets that go beyond what's taught in weekend firearms courses, aren't taught in self-defense courses, and are beyond the time and budget limitations of most police departments.
Author: Chris Graham
These are secrets that go beyond what's taught in weekend firearms courses, aren't taught in self-defense courses, and are beyond the time and budget limitations of most police departments. The best part is, you don't even need to fire live rounds to accomplish this! We can PERFECT each of the micro-skills you need dry...in the COMFORT and PRIVACY of your own home and only later, head to the range to confirm what you already know how to do... All you need... is the ability to safely handle and legally possess a pistol to start... and then just pour on the 15 minute per day, 30 day training sequence I lay out here with YOUR PISTOL, holster, magazines, some cheap dummy training rounds and a properly setup (using commonly available household items) environment to practice! We start at square one and rebuild your skills from the ground up. You will MASTER a few basic micro-skills each day. Before you know it, you will be combining them to outperform veteran shooters. And After 30 days of short, enjoyable training sessions YOU WILL BE in the top 10 % of ALL SHOOTERS IN THE WORLD! In the 30-10 Pistol Training System, you'll discover the high-leverage secrets that most other trainers even refuse to admit are as important as they really are! But most importantly we chunk it down to manageable bites-we even train some key skills in reverse sequence for a very important reason that few instructors understand.
BEFORE 500 YARDSLOW-FIRE PRONE + WIND FIRING = HOLDS IN INCHES PLOT 30 20 10 0 10 20 30 4 CALL HOLD DAY ONE CALL HOLD NO WEATHER DATA HALF HALF LIGHT TYPE ...
Publisher: Jeffrey Frank Jones
INTRODUCTION GAIN ATTENTION. A shooter who participates in a Division Match, while recognized as a proficient shooter, has also been selected to become a representative and participant in the Marine Corps Competition in Arms Program (CIAP). Throughout its history, this program and the events conducted within the program all stress the same principles: the development of proficient and combat-ready Marines through the practice and application of marksmanship fundamentals and shooting techniques. Success in requalification, combat, and competition rely on the shooter's ability to apply what he has learned in these environments. The competitive shooter's goal over the coming weeks will ultimately be to win the match, but the skills and knowledge that he receives will serve him and his fellow Marines long after the competition ends and the medals are awarded. The CIAP's mission to develop and perpetuate effective shooters is the foundation on which each shooter in the Marine Corps may achieve success. 2. OVERVIEW. This lesson will cover an introduction to the CIAP to include history, traditions, objectives, scope, structure, quotas, and awards. 3. INTRODUCE LEARNING OBJECTIVES. The Division Match instruction is structured to prepare the shooter to fire the Division Match Course and is not a component of a formal school program. Therefore, there are no learning objectives. 4. METHOD. This lesson will be taught in a classroom setting using lecture. 5. EVALUATION. The Division Match instruction is structured to prepare the shooter to fire the Division Match Course and is not a component of a formal school program. Therefore, students are not evaluated on this material. Contents by Category: General Division Match Category DIV 01 Intro to CIAP DIV 32 Division Match Rules DIV 33 Rifle Division Match Media DIV 34 Pistol Division Match Media DIV 34 Pistol Division Match Pistol Category DIV 23 Intro to Pistol DIV 23 Intro to Pistol Media DIV 24 Pistol Weapons Handling DIV 24 Pistol Weapons Handling Media DIV 24A Pistol Weapons Handling Exercise DIV 25 Pistol Fundamentals DIV 25 Pistol Fundamentals Media DIV 26 Pistol Techniques of Fire DIV 26 Pistol Techniques of Fire Media DIV 27 Pistol Stance, Grip, Presentation DIV 27 Pistol Stance, Grip, Presentation Media DIV 28 Pistol Reengagement DIV 29 Pistol Reloading DIV 29 Pistol Reloading_Media DIV 30 One-handed Firing DIV 30 One-handed Firing Media DIV 31 Pistol Kneeling DIV 31 Pistol Kneeling Media & CIAP Division Match and Annual Rifle Databook
... Cowboy Action “Side Match” - LPGAC 13'“ - .22 Rifle Silhouette, l00yd, 8:30-11am 14'“ - Military Pistol Match 25yd 8:30-10:30am 14'“ - Black Powder Club ...
Author: Paul Feist
Publisher: Paul Feist
Category: Sports & Recreation
The Newsletter of the Redwood Gun Club in Humboldt County California. A newsletter dedicated to sharing the activities, interests, and knowledge of the membership of the club with our community. This is every issue of the "Redwood Stumper" from 2012
JHP 14 rounds over level asphalt –pistol 48-in. AGL –30 –20 0 0 10 20 30 –10 F e e t R e a r o f P i s t o l = initial impact site = final position of rest ...
Author: Lucien C. Haag
Publisher: Academic Press
Forensic scientists, law enforcement, and crime scene investigators are often tasked with reconstruction of events based on crime scene evidence, and the subsequent analysis of that evidence. The use and misuse of firearms to perpetrate crimes from theft to murder necessitates numerous invitations to reconstruct shooting incidents. The discharge of firearms and the behavior of projectiles create many forms of physical evidence that, through proper testing and interpretation by a skilled forensic scientist, can establish what did and what did not occur. This book is generated from the authors numerous years of conducting courses and seminars on the subject of shooting incident reconstruction. It seeks to thoroughly address matters from simple to complex in providing the reader an explanation of the factors surrounding ballistics, trajectory, and shooting scenes. The ultimate objectives of this unique book are to assist investigators, crime scene analysts, pathologists, ballistics experts, and lawyers to understand the terminology, science, and factors involved in reconstructing shooting incident events to solve forensic cases. The book will cover the full range of related topics including the range from which a firearm was discharged, the sequence of shots in a multiple discharge shooting incident, the position of a firearm at the moment of discharge, the position of a victim at the moment of impact, the probable flight path of a projectile, the manner by which a firearm was discharged and much more. UNIQUE FEATURES & BENEFITS: - The book is both a textbook for the student as well as a comprehensive reference book for an advanced forensic professional. - Explains topics in a logical sequence with an easy-to-follow explanation. - Numerous diagrams and photographs support the illustrate key concepts. - Case studies illustrate real-world application of technical concepts.
A target miss in the shooting event converted to a 200-point loss in pentathlon ... 7:30–8:30: Breakfast at a local military police mess hall 8:30–10:30: ...
Author: Jack Daniels
Publisher: Covenant Books, Inc.
In looking over my life, it's interesting to realize how often some luck has been involved. Growing up in the San Francisco Bay area led to learning to love the Pacific Ocean and to getting to attend Sequoia High School in Redwood City, a school that I later realized had prepared me for winning National Championships, and medals in two Olympics. Our family's move to Montana led to lots of great hunting and fishing with brother Danny, and attending the University of Montana led to Danny, brother Jerry and I all being smoke jumpers for the U.S. Forest Service. That work also prepared Jerry for successful years with the CIA in Laos and Thailand, work that earned him three CIA medals of honor. Brother Kent was Montana State Trap-shooting champ and State champ in high school wrestling. My 4 years of military service sent me to Korea where I learned about the sport of modern pentathlon, and which also sent me to a year of study in a great Sport Institute in Stockholm, Sweden. Next came graduate studies at the universities of Oklahoma and Wisconsin, which also led to many outstanding years of research in exercise physiology and how to be a successful running coach. Coaching years found me starting men's track and cross-country at Oklahoma City University, National Track Coach in the country of Peru, and women's track and cross-country coach at University of Texas. Then 6 years of research with Nike, followed by 19 years coaching runners at the State University of New York in Cortland to numerous national titles. I also began coaching post-collegiate runners, several of whom competed in Olympic Games, including a Silver-Medal winner in women's marathon. However, all of these accomplishments all take second place to my marriage to Nancy Jo Scardina, who was first a great runner (Olympic Trials qualifier in the totally-different events of 1500 and marathon), then was my Assistant Coach for 25 years during which she also became the mother of our two wonderful daughters, Audra Marie and Sarah Tupper. Sarah is an opera singer in New York City and Audra a very dedicated worker at the University of Washington in Seattle. Nancy has become a Registered Nurse and is as dedicated to that profession as she was to her running career. I always envy those for whom she provides aid. Few people have had the luck I have had. God bless Nancy Jo, Audra Marie and Sarah Tupper.
... 10 - Highpower Rifle 80 Shot 8:30-11:30am 10 - Black Powder Club - LPGAC l6 - Can Clobber Classic - LPGAC l7 - 200 Yard Big Bore Pistol Match 9:00-10am ...
Author: Paul Feist
Publisher: Paul Feist
Category: Sports & Recreation
The Newsletter of the Redwood Gun Club in Humboldt County California. A newsletter dedicated to sharing the activities, interests, and knowledge of the membership of the club with our community. This is every issue of the "Redwood Stumper" from 2011
Current appellate decisions with supporting pleadings and approved instructions relating to the law of negligence generally, with accompanying editorial comment, cross-references to additional sources, and relevant case annotations.