I have decided to save movement drills until I can post a video for it, as that will save me a lot of typing time, and save you a lot of reading time.
Today’s WOD builds on the WOD from 11/27/11, and you will be practicing malfunction clearance. You will use only your support hand again, but you will need one empty magazine The first step in every dry fire session is safety. Make sure…Continue
Added by Kim Heath on November 29, 2011 at 12:51am — No Comments
Hello everyone, I hope your Holiday season is off to a happy start. For the next WOD, I wanted to post a couple short videos to quickly explain it and make it easier for those of you who have never practiced this skill, but my cell phone camera and my MacBook are refusing to speak the same language they both spoke a month ago. I also figured most of you would not miss a WOD this week with everything else going on family/Holiday/work wise.
This WOD focuses on drawing and…Continue
Added by Kim Heath on November 27, 2011 at 3:57pm — No Comments
Sorry, everyone, didn't get pictures taken for today's WOD, will have to wait until to tomorrow. It will focus on drawing with your non-gun hand.
Added by Kim Heath on November 22, 2011 at 5:52pm — No Comments
11/20/11 WOD, put on your duty gear, unload pistol, and put all ammo in another room. Lock your slide back and stick your finger in the chamber, physically check for an empty chamber, look away, press check, look away, press check one more time. Please do not just rack the slide several times and hope your extractor is working properly. Prop up your body armor in a chair, hang it over a door, somehow position it so you can efficiently point your muzzle at it and dry fire.…Continue
Added by Kim Heath on November 20, 2011 at 12:34pm — No Comments
11/18/11 WOD starts just like 11/10/11, unload pistol and put all ammo and magazines in another room. Lock your slide back, stick your finger in the chamber, press check, press check again. Begin from standing, draw pistol and at the same time drop into a prone position that is narrow, no knees or elbows sticking out for the bad guy to shoot off. If it is awkward, or takes some wiggling around once you get prone, then keep wiggling and find a good stable position. Next, check your 360,…Continue
Added by Kim Heath on November 18, 2011 at 10:38am — No Comments
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Added by Kim Heath on November 17, 2011 at 1:23pm — No Comments
Today is a catch up day. I'm sure everyone read the WODs and thought about doing them, thought it would be good practice, maybe did 5 or 6 repetitions as you got ready for work, did a lot of mental reps, but some of you may be a little bit lacking in actual reps, so here is your chance to get a little bit closer to caught up. Working out for the gun show is a lot like working out for "The Gun Show". Once you get a little bit behind, it is very easy to get a whole lot behind.…Continue
Added by Kim Heath on November 15, 2011 at 10:07pm — No Comments
Read WOD 11/10/11. 11/14/11 WOD starts the same as 11/10, make sure your pistol is unloaded, press check, press check again, and if you dry fire during this exercise, please do so into body armor hanging on a chair, or similar arrangement. Draw pistol, establish grip in holster, as you clear the holster, drop into a one knee, kneeling position, scan/assess appropriately before standing up, reholster. Repeat 20X.
Added by Kim Heath on November 13, 2011 at 11:54pm — No Comments
11/12/11 WOD is the same as 11/10/11, except, you have to do it using only your support hand. If you cannot reach the holster, time to make some lifestyle changes. If you can almost reach it, practice pulling your belt around a little bit, get the holster in front of your hip a little if you can, that should help.
Added by Kim Heath on November 11, 2011 at 11:30pm — No Comments
Added by Kim Heath on November 9, 2011 at 10:43pm — No Comments