Target Transitions

Target Transitions 2: Prepping the Trigger While Coming on to the Target

This second video instructs how to ensure shooter is prepping the trigger when transitioning to a target. This is called coming on target with a "hot gun", meaning the trigger is prepped (slack taken out) and ready to break the shot. Use the red take up indicator to see when the muzzle past the target and comes back on target. A trainer can see this happening and the shooter can coach themselves. With the red trigger take up laser at a 6:00 position, the non-dominant eye can pick up generally where the muzzle is oriented without using it as a sighting aid.

Target Transitions 3: Don't Over Transition

This third video shows common issues of shooter over transitioning. Use the red take up indicator to see when the muzzle past the target and comes back on target. A trainer can see this happening and the shooter can coach themselves. With the red trigger take up laser at a 6:00 position, the non-dominant eye can pick up generally where the muzzle is oriented without using it as a sighting aid.

Mike Hughes and Thomas Heckens demonstrate Cardio and Dry Fire Drills

This is an introduction on integrating dry fire and cardiovascular work. Walking on an incline works well were we can work draws, reloads, transition as well of course shooting on the move.
I personally can not do cardio anymore without dry firing. Actually dry firing has taken on a whole new dimension well beyond just rack the slide and click.
I don't drop a mag on the treadmill so I have to be sure I am diligent on hitting the mag release button.

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