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David T
Jul 17, 2021
In 360 Tactical Training
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David T
Sep 22, 2020
In 360 Tactical Training
During a recent training event a student asked how he was expected to remember his point of aim at varied distances. For example, I zero my AR-s at 100 meters, however a lot of shots occur at distances under 20...meaning the point of aim needs to change to accurately hit the target at center mass. A long time ago when I was assigned to the 7th Special Forces CIF in Panama, we used a simple drawing of a silhouette and then recorded our data as we shot. The Defiance Tactical Shooting POA/POI reference cards help students record their data, and are small enough to be placed into the hollow space of the pistol grip. A quick look at them before shooting drills begin should serve as a reminder of your POA/POI data. The data is important because its not enough to simply group on the target. A good group that is outside the center of the target is still a miss. Understanding how POA/POI functions is critical to quick accurate shots that hit the intended target at the intended place. It takes skill, practice and data.
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David T
Sep 02, 2020
In 360 Tactical Training
Your ability to manage recoil is critical for shooting accurate, successive shots groups quickly. It begins with your shooting stance. When practicing on your own follow these steps: 1. Point your feet at the target, shoulder width (or slightly more) apart, and step forward about 2-1/2 feet with your right foot (left handed shooters) or left foot (right handed shooters). 2. Without bending your knees, bend at the waist, adjusting your center of gravity forward. 3. Rotate and lock your shoulders forward, keep your arms and wrists straight. 4. Press the trigger to the rear while focusing on the front site, fight through the recoil to keep the front site on your point of aim. 5. Check your alignment and fire again! The steps seem complicated but in reality they are super simple and anyone, regardless of weight can manage handgun recoil. Recoil management is a necessary skill for accurate, quick shooting. It takes a lot of practice and really examining what you are doing. During instruction we use real-time video to demonstrate the best recoil management practices and explain flaws. Defiance Tactical Shooting
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David T
Aug 20, 2020
In 360 Tactical Training
Recent graduates!  Thanks guys! content media
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David T
Aug 20, 2020
Our classes are designed for beginners and experts!   content media
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David T
Aug 20, 2020
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David T
Aug 20, 2020
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David T
Aug 20, 2020
In 360 Tactical Training
Two classes designed to mentor teens (14-17) with the proper safety and pistol or AR 15 usage!
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David T
Jun 25, 2019
In 360 Tactical Training
5% off LTC training 10% off LTC plus Basic Pistol Marksmanship training
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David T
Jan 31, 2019
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David T
Jan 31, 2019
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Is there any interest in a couples special for Valentines Day?
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David T
Jan 31, 2019
In 360 Tactical Training
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David T
Nov 28, 2018
In 360 Tactical Training
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