Article 063 – What about seeing? Competition and the proliferation of challenging shooting standards have helped solidify the physical mechanics of shooting. What about the visual and cognitive mechanics that matter more than shooting once we step off the range?
Article 061 – Traditional training methods produce skills that are physically separated from the brain’s ability to process information and change behavior. This is no longer acceptable for armed professionals.
Thank you to Garrett TeSlaa for giving Dustin the opportunity to come on the podcast and discuss training design, brain science, the fundamental failures of training, and more. Great discussion, thanks Garrett! Podcast link here: https://www.thesquadroom.net/episode151/
Article 058 – Gun Safety Failure: The “Rust” movie set tragedy highlights fatal flaws in traditional gun safety rules.
Article 057: Second Order Effects: The Unintended Impacts of Qualification Structure. When looking at the establishment of standards and criteria for large organizations (and, particularly, for training academies) it is also important to look at the unintended effects of these requirements.
Dustin had the opportunity to sit down with Rich Brown from the American Warrior Show to discuss training and the new NURO(TM) Shooting System.
Dustin has an interview with Arik Levy on the Firearms Nation Podcast. They discuss the book Hitting in Combat, the origin of Building Shooters, training design and more.
Dustin had the opportunity and honor to sit down with a truly great American, Kyle Lamb, on the Viking Tactics Inc. Team VTAC Podcast to discuss the new book, Hitting in Combat.
Article 054 – Firearms qualifications used by most professional organizations are not just unrelated to real world firearms use, they are a significant part of the problem…
Article 053 – Proposing a model for understanding stress-related neural processing in tactical settings.