The thought of gun bans and UN imposed gun control sends shivers down my spine.
I know that legal ownership of firearms is one of the few things that can allow law abiding people to protect themselves from criminals willing to use violence to get their way. The old saying still holds true, “When guns are outlawed, only outlaws will have guns.”
There are a ton of ways that gun bans can happen, whether it’s due to marshal law after a disaster, draconian laws like what we’ve already got in most parts of the world, DC, Chicago, and parts of California, or due to our officials ceding sovereignty to the UN or another global body.
My personal thought is shared by many and it’s that “gun” control probably won’t happen, but ammo control has been and will continue to happen. Whether it’s shipping restrictions, imprinting, storage restrictions, or regulation from EPA, OSHA, or other entities, a creeping increase in the cost of ammo will squeeze people out of the market almost as well as outlawing firearms will.
As that happens, it’s important to have alternative strategies in place for doing personal training, for getting new shooters up to speed without having to run through live ammo, and how to do both as stealthily and cheaply as possible.
I’m going to tell you three of the strategies, right now, that survival, preparedness, and firearms expert, David Morris, covers in his new book:
Tactical Firearms Training Secrets.
These strategies will allow you to keep from losing any tactical firearms skills that you have, rapidly improve on ones that you want to develop, and to take new shooters from newbie to expert marksman quicker and cheaper than you thought possible.
I’m going to let you in on 3 of the major ingredients in David’s Tactical Firearms Training Secrets. Implementing just one of these strategies correctly and completely will take your shooting level to the next level. Implementing all 3 is like a quantum leap and the improvement is almost unmeasurable.
Here are 3 of the most powerful training strategies you can use:
1. Properly using dry fire before your live fire sessions and between your live fire sessions. This will allow you to practice almost all of the fundamentals of firearms marksmanship at little to no cost. By investing a miniscule amount of time, you can become incredibly intimate with your weapons system(s) and perform much better, both during live fire training and under pressure.
Most shooters know how important dry fire is, but either don’t do it or don’t do it right. David lays out how to PROPERLY use dry fire training, and how to make it fun enough that you’ll do it on a regular basis.
2. Properly incorporating airsoft “tactical trainer grade” firearms into your training. These aren’t clear plastic toys from Target. They’re the same size and weight as their real counterparts, have the same controls, fit in the same holsters, and use the same sights and accessories.
In many cases, airsoft is the preferred tool for teaching new shooters, training force-on-force scenarios, and “dangerous” self-defense shooting skills like drawing from concealment and shooting while rolling around on the ground. To top it off, airsoft is dirt cheap per round and there’s no travel time or cleaning time involved.
Again, PROPER training with airsoft is key, and David covers it in depth in the book.
3. Mental imagery is the third strategy that I’m going to touch on today, and you can do it no matter where you’re at—even in incredibly non-permissive environments where not only firearms are prohibited, but also weapons or items that hint of being a weapon.
Mental imagery is one of the key aspects of ultra-high performance athletes and competitors, including almost every Olympic medal winner over the last 3-5 decades. In fact, I’ve been told by one medalist that US athletes MUST have their mental imagery skills developed to a very high level to even have a chance of being an alternate, let alone a competitor or a medalist.
In short, you want to visualize every component of your firearms presentation using all 5 senses. The more detailed you are with your visualization, the more powerful it will be.
Once you get your fundamentals down, then you want to start visualizing how you would deploy your firearm in various situations—including how you would move and how you would respond to various stimuli, including empty mags, malfunctions, and even getting injured and overcoming the setback.
David lays out a step by step process to do this that is more clear and understandable than anyone else I’ve run across.
Tactical Firearms Training Secrets
These aren’t just cool skills to know, they could become a necessity if you ever find yourself in a situation where ammo prices jump 10x, if it’s even available, or if you need to train up friends and family incredibly quickly in defensive firearms skills without shooting off hundreds of rounds of live-fire that everyone around you can hear.
In short, this book will dramatically help you improve your firearms skills, whether it’s for defending yourself from lethal threats, scoring better in competition, or just for the personal satisfaction of knowing that you’ve done everything that you can to become the best shooter you can be.
I recommend you get your copy now. It’s less than half of the cost of a box of ammo and you can be reading it and even start using some of the techniques in the next 5 minutes by clicking on the following link: