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Open-Eyed Shooting Tactics With Chris Sajnog [Podcast]

Share0 Share +10 Tweet0 Pin0 Share0 Jeff Anderson invited me to be the guest speaker of Modern Combat & Survival podcast’s 176th episode. We discussed the importance of using both eyes in a real gunfight. Shooting with your one eye closed will get you or someone else killed in a real life and death situation. […]

The Eyes Have It – the True Meaning of Focus [Podcast]

Share0 Share +10 Tweet0 Pin0 Share0 I had the opportunity to join Barbara Baird of Women’s Outdoor News and Carrie Lightfoot of NRA Women in the 83rd episode of The Woman’s Gun Show. We talked about how to get the best vision possible for shooting. I shared some amazing eye exercises that you can do […]

How to Shoot with Both Eyes Open


One of the most important skills to learn for any “non-range” shooting situation is how to shoot with both eyes open. You want to take in as much visual information as possible. If you look like Cyclops when you shoot, these simple drills will having you quickly seeing just one sight post while also seeing the whole battlefield.

Vision and Shooting – What Next? (No matter your age)

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Share0 Share +10 Tweet0 Pin0 Share0 No Matter Your AgeOkay, you might have seen the “Vision and Aging” series and figured it was for old folks.  To some extent, you were probably correct. Maybe you read them, and believe those vision problems are still decades away.  Or perhaps you’ve begun to notice some of the problems […]

The Third Habit of Highly Effective Shooters – Sight Alignment

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Right after the invention of rifling, sight alignment is the most important contribution to man to fire an accurate shot. Sight alignment and sight picture are two terms that are often used interchangeably and many times used as one and the same. It’s fine to put them together once they are both understood, but it is vital to know that they are two different and vary distinct things. Sight alignment has nothing to do with the target (well, besides hitting it) and I will be covering this relationship in the upcoming, The Fourth Habit of Highly Effective Shooters.

Eye Dominance and How to Shoot with Both Eyes Open [VIDEO]

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Learning to shoot with both eyes open can be a bit challenging. The main reason is that it’s hard to describe exactly what you’re supposed to see when you do it. Because I talk about shooting with both eyes open a lot, I get lots questions on how to do it. So i created a video to not just tell you, but show you what I see when I shoot with both eyes open

Improve Shooting Accuracy with One Simple Technique

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Share0 Share +10 Tweet0 Pin0 Share0 Use Your Sights!It may sound too simple; too easy to be true! Can it really be? Yes, boys and girls, with our patented new shooting technique you too can hit targets with a zillion percent more accuracy! What’s that? Not new? Damn, I thought I was going to be […]

Lights, Training, Violence of Action: Using a Tactical Flashlight

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Share0 Share +10 Tweet0 Pin0 Share0 USING A TACTICAL FLASHLIGHTFirearms are without a doubt the most essential tools in a tactical operator’s inventory. But we have so many other tools in our kits that we use on a daily basis, and in my point of view and experience, lighting systems are critical items everyone needs […]

Shooting Vision and Aging: Expert Advice that You Need to Know (Part 2)

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Share0 Share +10 Tweet0 Pin0 Share0 In part one of this two-part series on shooting vision, I talked about the optical correction of shooting-related vision problems that show up with “the passage of time” (my euphemism for getting older.) Now we’re going to look at some of the changes that the eye itself undergoes with, […]

Vision and Shooting…and Aging (Part 1)

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Share0 Share +10 Tweet0 Pin0 Share0 When I first heard of Chris Sajnog and saw his video about vision and shooting in which he showed a Brock String, I knew I had to get involved. Although I’m a relatively new shooter (only about three years and limited mostly to target air rifle indoors), I’ve been […]