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In one-handed retention fire, the elbow goes high and the thumb is indexed against the nipple. Shots will go low, potentially hitting an assailant’s pelvis.

When You Can’t Use Your Sights, Aim With Your Body

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In this article, Richard Nance examines multiple shooting positions for when an assailant is close enough to reach your gun and you can’t use your sights.

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Handgun Malfunction – Getting Out Of A Jam

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Nance lays out best practices for clearing malfunctions in a semiautomatic – skills that could mean the difference between life and death.

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Train For Pain

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Overcoming injury in a deadly force encounter is a matter of mental and physical preparation.

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Tactical Tip: Close Quarter Gunfight

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Richard Nance demonstrates techniques for close quarter situations.

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Getting Off The X

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How to add movement to your draw stroke.

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Tactical Tip: Managing Recoil

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In this tip Richard Nance discusses how to deal with recoil.

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The Basics of Shooting: Stance

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James Tarr and Richard Nance discuss and demonstrate the basics of a good shooting stance.

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This or This? Thumb Safety or No

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Richard Nance and James Tarr debate whether or not having a thumb safety on your handgun is a good idea.

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The Basics of Shooting: Shooting on the Move

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James Tarr and Richard Nance demonstrate how and when to shoot on the move.

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Tactical Tip: Tactical Reload

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Richard Nance demonstrates the proper way to conduct a tactical reload.

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