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The Score: The living legend of practical shooting

Six-time world shooting champion and former Olympian Jethro The Jet Dionisio shares how he became interested in the sport practical shooting.

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Twenty-two stages and multiple moving and stationary targets—all in Hurricane, Utah.

It's the U.S. Practical Shooting Association's Open and Limited 10 National Handgun Championships.

Basically, for most folks this is sort of a culmination of the year. It's also one of the most difficult matches from a shooting-test standpoint, explains Dave Re, a practical shooting grand master who works at CrossFit Inc. headquarters in Scotts Valley, Calif. Re is competing at the championships alongside Dave Castro, Director of the CrossFit Games and CrossFit Director of Training.

The sport requires a solid foundation of physical fitness, which is why several participants also train at CrossFit affiliates near their homes.

Athena Lee, a practical shooting grand master who has been competing in the sport for 22 years, is a member of CrossFit Katy in Texas.

Once that beep goes off, you just zone out and just start shooting as fast and accurate as you can, she says of the matches.

Nonetheless, competitors still get nervous.

I call it 'the juice,' says practical shooting grand master Shannon Smith, who trains at CrossFit Lakeland in Florida. If you're not out here feelin' the juice, then what's the point? You're just a bull's-eye then.

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CrossFit - Shooting Skills and Drills: Moving Into and Out of Position

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Shooting Around Barricades - Competitive Shooting Tips with Doug Koenig

Professional pistol shooter Doug Koenig demonstrates his technique for shooting from behind a barricade. Doug's technique can work well for NRA Action Pistol, USPSA or IDPA where target shooters are often required to shoot from behind cover or concealment.

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Shooting While Moving: Practical Applications - Shooting Tips from SIG SAUER Academy

As a follow-up to the video, Shooting on the Move; Accurately, SIG SAUER Academy Director Adam Painchaud talks with NSSF's Dave Miles about the practical application of shooting on the move vs. moving then shooting. (NSSF Video)

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Handgun Speed Shooting Drill - Competitive Shooting Tips with Doug Koenig

Champion pistol shooter Doug Koenig shares a tip that can help competitive shooters speed up their shooting and shares a shooting drill developed by Bill Wilson.

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Skill Development Gun Shooting Drills

Worlds Collide is the video series that brings together the perspectives of defensive shooter Rob Pincus of PDN and competition shooter Rob Leatham of Team Springfield. During this trip to the range, the two Robs demonstrate skill development drills.

Although they do not agree on how to execute drills, they agree on where skill development drills fit in. After learning a skill, every type of shooter must develop their skills in order to become competent, and the way to do that is through drills. How do competition and defensive shooters perform gun shooting drills?

COMPETITION GUN SHOOTING DRILLS
Rob Leatham says that the first skill taught in competition shooting is the draw, which is practiced hundreds and hundreds of times. The gun is in the holster, and the budding competitive shooter takes it out of the holster, brings it into firing position, and fires a shot. The next step is to add multiple shots to it, so the gun is drawn and two shots fired. Next is target acquisition: firing shots on two targets. Then it’s multiple shots on multiple targets.

DEFENSIVE GUN SHOOTING DRILLS
From a defensive standpoint, Rob Pincus skips the draw step. The novice defensive shooter starts with the gun in the ready position, not in the holster, and moves right to driving the gun out, kinesthetically aligning it and taking a shot, without using the sights. In defensive handgun training, the goal is to get hits in the torso of a human-shaped and sized target.

When the novice can get hits in that area, Pincus refines the process: simulating the startle response, drawing from the holster, taking multiple shots, moving while shooting, assessing and reholstering. This approach develops defensive shooting skills in context.

There’s much more in this extended video clip from two masters of their respective types of gun shooting drills.

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Speed Reload: Handgun Technique - Competitive Shooting Tips with Doug Koenig

Champion Shooter Doug Koenig demonstrates the speed reload and shares his speed reload shooting drill that will help you improve your skills. (NSSF Video)

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The Key to Increasing Your Speed - Competitive Shooting Tips with Doug Koenig

Champion pistol shooter Doug Koenig offers training advice to competitive shooters to improve their speed. Doug discusses how by pushing your limits in training you can increase your scores. (NSSF Video)

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ACCURACY / POWER / SPEED // Practical Shooting with Beretta 92X Performance and 1301 Comp PRO

Discover the dawning of a new era. Introducing Beretta 92X Performance handgun and 1301 Comp PRO semiautomatic shotgun for practical shooting. #1choiceofchampions

Britain's Growing Practical Shooting Sport

Our first episode with Callum from English Shooting covered the intricacies of the laws and regulations that govern firearm and shotgun ownership in the United Kingdom. But in this episode, we discuss the growing sport of Practical Shooting. Essentially based on Three Gun, or Two Gun in the United States, the sport is appealing to British shooters for a number of reasons, one of which is that it offers a diverse and changing environment for shooters to compete in, unlike anything that has been available before.

Apart from the pistol rifle, and the restrictions on semi-auto centerfire rifles, the equipment and firearms are virtually identical to what American shooters would be used to in competing through the various action match sports we have available to us today. Although the British shooters are much more limited than their U.S. counterparts are, they have still managed to build up a passionate community that is devoted to safety, accuracy, and passing on the sport of competitive shooting.

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PNZ IPSC (International Practical Shooting Confederation) Promotional Video

Welcome to the PNZ IPSC section, the home of IPSC Shooting in New Zealand.

IPSC, The International Practical Shooting Confederation, was formed in 1976, and now embraces 90 Regions. Competition includes National and Continental Championships with the pinnacle of IPSC competition being the tri annual World Shoot.

Practical shooting is a dynamic sport that awards competitors equally for accuracy, power and speed, and which is represented by the Latin phrase Diligentia, Vis Celeritas or DVC.

Scores are expressed in terms of Hit Factor, which is the number of points scored per second. The highest hit factor takes all the stage points and other competitors are rewarded proportionally.

Diversity is the cornerstone of our matches, we never shoot the same courses, and so the challenge always changes. The IPSC shooter is a jack of all trades, capable of pinpoint accuracy and blazing speed.

Our primary principal is safety and thanks to excellent training, discipline and the outstanding efforts of course designers and dedicated Range Officers, we have an enviable and exemplary safety record.

IPSC shooting encompasses rifle, shotgun and pistol shooting and competition is divided into Divisions. For example we have an Open Division, for optically sighted guns, Standard for metallic sights, a Revolver Division and Production for service type pistols like Glocks and Sigs. Competition also recognizes the categories, Junior, Lady, Senior, and Super Senior so IPSC is a game for all ages and genders.

IPSC competitions are shot through out the country. If you'd like more information about our great sport, please contact pistol New Zealand.

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Practical Pistol Shooting Competition, David's First USPSA Match

This was David's first practical pistol shooting competition. We went this morning to watch the match at Arnold Rifle and Pistol Club in Barnhart, Missouri. He used a production Glock 17 in a USPSA United States Practical Shooting Association Match.

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The Basics of Gun Handling - Shooting Tips from SIG SAUER Academy

Dave Miles talks with Adam Painchaud, Director of the Sig Sauer Academy in New Hampshire, about keeping the basics of gun handling, well, basic. Adam explains his approach to helping newcomers get their first rounds on target. No matter what your skill level basic fundamentals apply. (NSSF Video)

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Practical Shooting After Dark EP 70

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International Practical Shooting Confederation (I.P.S.C.) Black Badge training

Successful completion of the IPSC “Black Badge” Course is a mandatory prerequisite for ALL new IPSC shooters.

The IPSC Black Badge Course is a two day course combining written exams, classroom lectures followed by dry and live firing exercises. The course is designed to teach the new IPSC shooter how to SAFELY draw a loaded firearm from a holster, reload on the move, proper IPSC range commands and much, much more. Ostensively, the course is about SAFE gun handling in the dynamic, fast paced IPSC match environment.

This course was taught at the Homestead range in Kananaskis, Alberta in May 2015.

Practical Shooting Show 2018 | The First

A short video from the Practical Shooting Show 2018 hosted at the westpoint arena by the guys at the tunnel. a huge thanks to them for putting on the show!

**poor light caused focus issues - new camera required!**

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