SIRT Pistol

Concealed Carry 2:6: High Volume Training without Sending Rounds

(Considerations of carrying appendix.) Many people have issues with carrying concealed because the weapon is pointed towards their central lower hip

 

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Concealed Carry 2:5: Down & Disabled Shooting

In a down and disabled or supine position there are several considerations a shooter has to make such as not shooting themselves in the legs and generally having some **** from this position from various practical techniques of repositioning in a down and disabled position.

 

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Concealed Carry 2:4: Non-Conventional Shooting

Often times we train too often on a flat range in a standing position.  One advantage of a SIRT training pistol is we can train in a 360-degree manner.  We have to feel comfortable with gun handling from shooting from the ground, shooting in all directions from one position, and engaging in gun handling such as reloads and reholstering from the ground and an assortment of positions.  Chris Collins demonstrates some practical tips for training these non-conventional shooting positions.

 

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Concealed Carry 2:3: SHO Appendix

The strong hand only draw is conducted when your weak hand is not available to aid in clearing the garment.  In this video Chris Collins further discusses various techniques of a weak hand only draw where the pistol in one form can be placed between the knees or the hand is sufficiently rotated to access the gun from an appendix carry position.

 

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Concealed Carry 2:2: Concealed Draw

Chris Collins discusses various considerations when engaging a concealed carry, such as wearing an undershirt and using techniques of sweeping your shirt garment to access your pistol in an efficient, most effective manner.

 

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Concealed Carry 2:1: Appendix

Chris Collins of Next Level Training describes the appendix carry. Chris goes over the pros and cons of appendix carry and discuss various considerations a shooter must consider before attempting to carry in the appendix location.

 

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Concealed Carry 1:7: Malfunctions

A Malfunction clearing is really not what the SIRT pistol was designed for. Be sure to include malfunction-clearing drills when you conduct your live fire. One suggested technique is to take an empty shell and place it in your magazine, which will induce a malfunction. When the empty casing is attempt to be placed in the chamber by the action of the slide, a malfunction will occur and you can feel this malfunction and take corrective action to clear it generally entailing tap, rack, roll and other techniques.

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Concealed Carry 1:6: One Handed Shooting

Chris Collins describes various techniques in manipulating a firearm with one hand. This includes the draw from a strong hand as well as from the shooter's support hand (weak hand).

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Concealed Carry 1:5: Reloads

Chris Collins describes the primary difference between a speed reload and a tactical reload. A speed reload entails dropping a magazine and placing a fresh magazine into the SIRT training pistol. A tactical reload entails retaining the ejected mag, placing a new, fresh magazine into the firearm and placing the expelled mag on the shooter's person.

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Concealed Carry 1:4: Close Quarter

In extreme close quarter positions it would be very difficult to get to your gun right away. Chris Collins demonstrates these methods for you to train to make sufficient space to get to your gun as necessary. You do not want to introduce a firearm into the equation, which was not previously there unless you have to and you can do so in an effective manner.
Chris demonstrates various techniques how to clear your garment, draw, engage and create space and continue to engage when one form from a strong hand only progressing to a two-hand grip.
There are serious considerations to take into consideration while practicing these techniques. Working close quarter tactics can be dangerous and it is strong suggested to use a SIRT training pistol to verify your techniques before going live fire and only go under live fire under proper supervision.
At 2:15 Chris demonstrates exercising the techniques and incorporating a scan.

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