In this segment, Barb Harris and Betsy Brantner-Smith discuss the Trolley Square Shooting and the importance of talking with and preparing your family for the role you play as a law enforcement officer both on and off duty.
75 percent of gunfights occur at a distance of less than 20 feet. In this video, Ray DeCunto discusses 5 distinctive point shooting fundamentals: Grip, draw, trigger control, stance, and when to shoot.
The tragic shooting of four officers in Lakewood, WA, has prompted officers around the country to ask the question, "What if it would have been me?" In this video, Sgt. Don Gulla demonstrates a drill that allows officers to prepare an ambush.
PoliceOne Senior Editor, Doug Wyllie meets with Ron Avery of the Practical Shooting Academy to discuss the three principles of a shooting grip. Ron demonstrates how to build a proper grip in order to increase all your shooting skills for a lethal course encounter.
Doug Wyllie sits down with Ron Avery of the Practical Shooting Academy to discuss an article Ron wrote on analyzing elements of the shooting cycle. The shooting cycle is an important process to understand in order to successfully hit a target. Proper training and understanding of the cycle can enable officers to be a lot more effective on the job.
The Troy M14 Modular Chassis System is designed to dramatically improve stability and shooting ergonomics. The Troy MCS provides a more direct sight alignment than any other system available for greater comfort and quicker target acquisition. The Troy system significantly reduces recoil for quicker follow-up shots and increased accuracy.
LT. Randy Sutton has been involved in four officer involved shootings during his career. He shares his story of the most recent shooting he witnessed which involved a murder-suicide situation. Sutton was very impressed with the way his team handled the situation, both professionally and tactically. He explains that as a leader, he wanted to be sure his team walked away from the situation feeling healthy and confident in their decisions.