Let's discuss Retention Shooting! Knowing when it is appropriate, train it appropriately and know when it is not appropriate. "You can't miss fast enough to save your life!"

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  • Retention: Philosophy

    We are diving into a new series beginning this week! Let's talk about Retention Shooting over the next month: Knowing when it's appropriate, train it appropriately, and know when it is not appropriate. You can't miss fast enough to save your life!

  • Retention: Experience

    Let’s talk about my personal experience with Retention during my career. In the weeks to come we will begin training: 1% or less of a situation you may find yourself in, but you should be doing the 99% of proper training for.

  • Retention: Pros and Cons

    Diving deeper into Retention this week as we discuss the pros and cons.

  • Retention: Laser Training Pistol

    John demonstrates Retention Training with a laser training pistol.

  • Retention: Knife First

    Which would you draw first: The gun or the the knife?

  • Retention: Controlled Jam

    John walks us through the why and how a Controlled Jam is an important technique to Retention Training.

  • Retention: Drill Introduction

    John prepares us this week for the Retention Drills we will be working through the rest of our Retention Series. Forget the "Instagram Sexiness", let's be smart and apply some real, good training for the average person!

  • Retention: Drill 1

    John demonstrates the first drill in our Retention Series.

  • Retention: Drill 2

    Continue to train along with us as John walks us through the specifics of Retention Drill 2.

  • Retention: Live Fire Drill 1

    Retention Live Fire Drill 1. Are you following along and practicing these retention drills?

  • Retention: Live Fire Drill 2

    We've gone through Retention Training Drill 1, now it's time to practice Drill 2. Follow along and let me know when you give this drill a try!

  • Retention: Controlled Jam Live Fire

    Working on adding another tool to your toolbox this week as we work through how to control the jam of your firearm.