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Learning different “ready” positions. This specific position is called Sul. Portuguese for “south”. A good ready position for shooters to learn that might encounter other people around them. Other “ready” positions learned are: High ready, Low ready and Compressed ready.
Learning how to engage and shoot threats in a 3 dimensional environment is required work if you carry a gun for personal safety or whether you carry one for work!
(the above training was done under direct supervision of professional personnel. do not attempt on your own with proper instruction)
We take training seriously at Modus Operandi, LLC. Here an extra effort has been given to show the shooter how important hits are! A miss is always a miss no matter how fast you are.
Learning how to shoot multiple targets while moving in and around objects or obstructions is a necessary skill to have if you choose to carry a firearm for self-defense.
The additional stress that is added under completion is a useful training tool. Remember, in a gunfight, there are no Second Place Winners!
In this video I explain how to achieve a 50 yard zero shooting from only 10 yards away from your zeroing target. This method is very quick and efficient. I zeroed this new Daniel Defense MK18 in under 10 minutes, using less than 15 rounds of ammunition. Confirmed it too! Enjoy…
Here, I am showing 3 hits literally taking out an ink pen width red line exactly 1.9 inches below my POA (point of aim). Noooice!
Here, I am showing the 50 yard confirmation. Shot from a stable prone position.
I am very excited about our first Tuesday Night Standards…
In remembrance, and in honor of, nearly 3,000 deaths that occurred 13 years ago I find it fitting that we shoot the Federal Air Marshall Qualification Course for our first Tuesday Nights Standard event. Continue reading →