First time cleaning the Sig P320 after over 3,000 rounds 31 hours of live-fire training and nearly 20 hours of dry fire training. Really a great Testament to the Sig P320
Another great defensive pistol League scenario. This one is a bump in the night. Think of it like you’re reaching for your nightstand and dealing with one or possibly multiple targets while in an unusual shooting position. If you never do it you never have experience to pull from in the future.
Great stage at the defensive pistol League in Frostproof Florida simulating dragging your buddy backwards while engaging targets. This was 125 lb sled
A glimpse into the weapon of choice for practical hapkido.
A lot of things happen at a Freaky Tiki event. Training, techniques and concepts, but above all, it’s experience. It is experiencing an event that will likely stress you and cause you to think and have to act while under pressure. It’s not uncommon to see physical shakes from participants.
The Freaky Tiki is a scenario based event meant to challenge the practitioner and give them an opportunity to bring their martial arts out of the dojo and into a unique and scenario based event. Set at the Seffner Tiki Hut students will have the opportunity to work through multiple scenarios over a three hour […]
One of the stages at Universal Shooting Academy’s Defensive Pistol League. Great fun and skill building all at the same time.
Having plaster walls in my home, I needed to know for myself just how tough my walls are and the penetrating power of my home defense rounds. In this test I used Corbon hollow points and some standard Winchester white box FMJ to check out penetration along with Gallus gallus domesticus used for poor mans […]
Working on from draw, fire from the high 2 position, the 3 or compressed ready and full extension. I should have been doing this on the DPL’s, guess I slipped into the game mode a little and extended everything. Video don’t lie and its a great way to self evaluate. Looking at this training session […]
Ha ha, this was fun and interesting. First it’s a bit disorienting being upside down and manipulating your firearm. Second I found that my Sig P226 wanted to slide lock even when there was a round in the magazine. Weird huh.