This is the first of a series of training videos that I will be doing that will utilize the LaserHIT dry-fire system which allows you to train safely while utilizing your real firearm at home. Utilizing a screen record, I walk you through the various sections and functionality of the LaserHIT app. Next I walk you through how to get a target set up (hint...you may want to have a "reload" cutout to move into the correct position as I demonstrate in the video).
If you are looking for a safe way to practice drawing from the holster that will display your hits and time your performance, look no further than the LaserHIT Quick Hit add on. In this video I will introduce you to the Quick Hit portion of the LaserHIT App and provide a demonstration of how it works. This is the second of a series of training videos that I will be doing that will utilize the LaserHIT dry-fire system which allows you to train safely while utilizing your real firearm at home.
In this video I will introduce you to LaserHIT's brand new laser training cartridge for 12 gauge shotguns! We start off the video by unboxing the product and provide close-up pictures of everything included in the kit. Next we run some tests, illustrate proper cartridge alignment, show you how to set up screen mirroring and then conclude the video with some final comments.
This Tokarev TTC 7.62x25 pistol video documents each part of the process of buying a surplus firearm beginning with the unboxing of a Tokarev TTC surplus pistol which was purchased from Classic Firearms.
In this video I unbox, demonstrate how to use, and review both the CheapShot 9mm Laser Cartridge and the Cheapshot Precision Training Target. If you are curious about the size of the target, make sure to view the pictures on the video thumbnail.
Firearms used by protectors are defensive tools, but the improper handling and storage of firearms can lead to negligant discharges. Notice that I did not use the word accident. If one follows the Four Universal Rules of Gun Safety originally codified by Col. Jeff Cooper which I teach in several of my classes, your chances of doing something negilgent are ALMOST completely eliminated...