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Trident Concepts Combative Pistol Level 2 in Austin, TX

  Combative Pistol, Level 2 in Austin, TX  We still have a few slots left at our “Early Bird” sales price for our upcoming Combative Pistol Level Two class. The City of Austin is hosting our last pistol class of 2014, please come join us in Central Texas; take advantage of our sales price and be part of a great

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How To Get Your Firearms Training On The Right Course – via Center Mass Group

How To Get Your Firearms Training On The Right Course  By Chris Sajnog Has your firearms training hit a dead end? Not progressing as fast as you’d like? The problem likely isn’t with the instruction; it was with the input (or lack thereof) into the personalized plan you made to reach your goals. You did make a personalized plan…didn’t you? If

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The Seventh Habit of Highly Effective Shooters – Follow-Through via Center Mass Group

The Seventh Habit of Highly Effective Shooters – Follow-Through  By Chris Sajnog   Follow-Through Follow-through is a term that most of us have heard from the first time anyone taught us about marksmanship fundamentals.  But it is also one of the most neglected.  Maybe because it’s last on every list that shooters assume it’s the least important, but neglecting the follow-through

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The Sixth Habit of Highly Effective Shooters – Trigger Control via Center Mass Group

The Sixth Habit of Highly Effective Shooters – Trigger Control via Center Mass Group By Chris Sajnog Trigger Control Trigger control needs to be maintained throughout the firing sequence and this can be especially difficult with a pistol. The two main reasons pistols are harder to shoot than rifles are the shorter sight radius and the trigger to weapon weight ratio. Any time

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The Fifth Habit of Highly Effective Shooters – Breathing via Center Mass Group

The Fifth Habit of Highly Effective Shooters – Breathing via Center Mass Group By Chris Sajnog Breathing I remember being taught what many of you were likely also taught in regards to breathing as a marksmanship fundamental…to hold your breath.  At the time it made sense.  I was being told this by an instructor who shot better than me and who was

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