The Hot Pot Exercise

The Hot Pot Exercise

The “Hot Pot Exercise” is a means of explaining how perception influences the decision-making process. This is especially important when presenting to the trier of fact (which could be the judge and jury). Force events are personal encounters others often...
The Rayshard Brooks Shooting: Looking Past The Media

The Rayshard Brooks Shooting: Looking Past The Media

The shooting of Rayshard Brooks is a situation that demands we look past the media coverage. The loss of life is tragic, especially when it is at the hands of another human being. Mr. Brooks death is no different. I recognize the significance of the fact a man is...
Scanning | The Art of Seeing

Scanning | The Art of Seeing

Scanning is a concept that is being presented in almost every quality firearms training program. Unfortunately, it has become more of an exercise of action rather than an effort to see. By this, I mean, I have witnessed shooters “go through the motions” of...
Dummy Round Training

Dummy Round Training

During this episode of Force Concepts, we will discuss the dummy round. We will consider what they are and how they can be incorporated into your firearms training programs. Every shooter should be using inert rounds in the course of their firearms training. Most, if...
Trigger Finger Discipline

Trigger Finger Discipline

During this episode, we will discuss trigger finger discipline. I am sure you’ve heard the horror stories about the person being shot while cleaning their handgun. Perhaps you heard the story about the individual whose gun went off at the gun show? What do all...