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Beyond shooting paper. Beyond marksmanship. Beyond static drills. The Armed Response Video Training Series presents realistic and practical applications of firearms for personal defense.

Whether your are in your home, car, at work, or on the street, the Armed Response Video Training Series presents skills, techniques and tactics that are vital to not just surviving, but winning a lethal encounter. These are the not to be missed, essential lessons needed to defend your life with a firearm!

Armed Response is not about gun shooting,
it's about gun fighting!

Dynamic Drills for Defensive Shooting presents a detailed and thorough plan of shooting exercises designed to dramatically increase your combat shooting skills and develop a winning mindset.

- Speed Shooting
- Back-Up Weapons
- Shooting on the Move
- Precision Shooting
- One-Handed Drills
- Moving Targets
- Judgment Skills
- Positions Drills
- Shooting Under Adverse Conditions
- Close Quarters Shooting
- Use of Cover
- Shooting from your Car
- Much, Much More!

A bonus section includes information on how to run effective and safe force-on-force simulation training!

Over 30 drills covered in 1.5 hours!
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