Tag: dynamic focus shooting

Self Reliance Training: What Should New Students Take First?

Self Reliance Training: What Should New Students Take First?

| September 4, 2017 | 0 Comments

This is Part Two of a four part series on what I think students should take (and in rough priority) based on how long they have been living a self reliant lifestyle. If you haven’t already, please read Part One. Brief People new to self reliance training, especially those who are unsure if they want […]

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Combat Focus Shooting (2010 Edition) by Rob Pincus Book Review

Combat Focus Shooting (2010 Edition) by Rob Pincus Book Review

| November 17, 2016 | 0 Comments

“Hey, I want to get a gun to protect myself.” The bottom drops out of my stomach like I’m on a roller coaster. I have three immediate goals: Determine how serious this person is about protecting themselves. Talk about firearms in a way that makes sense to a novice without fully understanding their capabilities and limitations as […]

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My Unflinching Thoughts on the Startle Response

My Unflinching Thoughts on the Startle Response

| October 31, 2016 | 0 Comments

The She Shepherd and I attended Dynamic Focus Shooting in mid-September of this year. DFS is the the condensed, one day version of the Rob Pincus / ICE Training Combat Focus Shooting 2-day handgun course. Please go back and watch my 3×3 review, otherwise the rest of this post won’t make as much sense to […]

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3×3 Review: Dynamic Focus Shooting at Gander Mountain Academy with Michael Anderson September 2016

3×3 Review: Dynamic Focus Shooting at Gander Mountain Academy with Michael Anderson September 2016

| September 16, 2016 | 5 Comments

Instead of hashtagging my sympathies on 9/11, the She Shepherd and I went out and did some training. We attended the 8-hour-ish Dynamic Focus Shooting class at Gander Mountain Academy. Michael Anderson (of Landing the Plane fame) taught the class. Here’s my 3×3 review, explaining the top three things covered in class, the top three […]

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