Trident Fitness LLC, Tactical Pistol Course in NJ with Rich Graham. Clips from the stress course the students preformed at the end of the day. Shooting under…
Video Rating: 4 / 5
is this just for LE
I love it, this is Training!
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Funny you mention that. We actually do use fireworks and other devices to
create stress for our shooters. I does work really well.
Ok, now this video/training I like….maybe through in some firecrackers,
to simulate gun fire, as they are moving or about to discharge their
weapon, that would just make it FUCKING crazy. Yes/No?
It honestly looks like good training. Keep it up guys.
is this type of training offered to the public
Its hard to tell by the video, but there is actually a gap of about 10
yards to the back wall, and a dirt mound that goes up most of it for the
backstop. The brick wall in the back that is exposed is about 10 ft and
Well shit.. I never have seen this type of unique training before.. Are you
coming to Colorado any time soon for classes??? I vowed never to pay for
training and try to get as much of for free, but I would definitely open up
my wallet for one of your classes.. I think you are better than Costas,
Haley, Yeager, Vickers, etc, I could go on…
@chodykumbra Thanks! I will keep you posted on up and coming courses.
is it wrong that this gives me a boner
the people involved seem to not be able to aim a great deal, this leads
into instinctive point and shooting or flash sighting. Why not train like
this instead? or make the target area a little larger? Maybe waste some
more ammo? Include foresight of where your other body parts are; not
peeking out of the side of your cover. Static movement through out the
course. I don’t know if you guys do this or not or a reason that you don’t?
Again, a friendly critique not a bash.
This looks like an awesome course of fire to practice! Dynamic shooting at
@GODmadeGLOCK Thanks you Sir!
Having a flat brick wall as a back stop isnt too smart. Hope this range
requires frangibles! Judging by the pock marks I doubt it though…
A comment with no disrespect or Youtube drama attached: I have to start
with the fact that I’ve never been in a firefight and am relatively new to
guns. I really like the way you guys execute your stress training, making
the adrenaline run and the heart pump really fits what happens to us in a
high stress situation.The great marksmanship is great because who doesn’t
want to shoot and hit a ladybug that looks at us the wrong way…but most
of all the shootings that I’ve watched occur…ever…
thanks man. they are all great instructors as well and we each come from a
different angle with a different style and thought process. If you like
what you see we would love to have you out to one of our courses. PM and we
can speak about it in further detail.
Looks like a birthday party gone horribly wrong. But seriously, that looks
like great training.
I dont have a formal list bc most of these kind of drills cant be done at
typical ranges and if i wrote the names of the drills down no one would
know what the hell i was talking about. So at each course we give the
students some things to work on and explain the thought process behind the
God i wouldnt want them guys drawing down me. Baddest men on the planet.
Thanks to all armed forces for what you do. Yall ROCK!!!!
Victor those are all valid points that I do agree with. If u watch other
videos that I have posted I do teach instinctive shooting, using right/left
hand depending on which side of a barrackade you shoot from, using dead
space, ect. Different courses focus on different skills. The stress course
is what we finish the day with, and honestly is more interesting to watch.
If u keep an eye on my page I think u will agree with some of the teaching
I put out. Thanks for ur constructive critisism.
I don’t really know if these guys are police, or just wearing rentals for
safety, but my opinion, only thing i can relly comment by watching this is
these guys can respond to low level threat . eg armed robbery (and thats
pushing it). To slow, to slow on draw and fire. Its good that they
practice, but needing instructions while doing the course shouts green.
i love how the swat training instructers arent drill seargents like in the
army. having trainers like this guy would make training actually pretty fun
with the shooting and everything.
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