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How to Load a Pistol | Episode #9 (1080p)

There is a right and a wrong way to program yourself to perform basic functions like loading the pistol or handgun. It is important not only that you learn the correct methods, but train those movements until they can be performed on a subconscious level. 

How are you holding the magazine? Where is the pistol during the loading process? Safety is also a must, no matter what. 

Learn the right way .

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Source – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G7IE_CaIexs

How to Aim Iron Sights on a Pistol | Episode #12 (1080p)

Learn to use your handgun sights for fast effective hits. Learn the basic technique of aiming your front and rear iron sights to hit the desired target. 

You don't need fancy scopes to be an accurate shooter. Practice good marksmanship with your standard iron sights.

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Sights and Breathing with Sang Lee | 1080p

Firearms Instructor Sang Lee goes over how to use gun sights, trigger technique and breathing at an introductory concealed carry class. He talks about how to line up iron sights as well as integrating a breathing pattern into your smooth trigger squeeze.

Great shooting starts with an absolute mastery of the fundamentals.

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Source – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Y05fC9ivFg&t=3s

Training for Concealed Carry | Episode #19

Mickey Schuch and Sang Lee discuss training and the concealed carry lifestyle. Don't just have a gun. Know how to use it to protect yourself and your family.

Practice for realistic conditions. Work on the hard stuff that sucks. Fix your weak spots.

1:58 - Target Shooting Epic Fail

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Source – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G_7qjz_Mjls&t=2s

Just Owning a Gun isn't Good Enough (1440p)

There's a difference between owning a gun and knowing how to use it. Don't buy a gun and then just leave it in a safe because you don't know how to use it. Learn how to use it to protect yourself and your family.

Concealed Carry is a lifestyle. Practice and train because your security depends on it.

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Duty vs. Target Ammo | Episode #23

For concealed carry it's critical to understand the difference between Duty, or Carry Ammo and Target Ammo. Reliability with sealed primers is a big factor. Also consider the value of expanding point bullets for safety and stopping power. Concealed Carry instructor Mickey Schuch covers the basics

What ever you choose, be sure to train with it.

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Source – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nZWQ2ROqAU8&t=125s

Better Shooting for Concealed Carry | Episode #18

Mikey Schuch discusses improving your shooting accuracy and speed with tighter group shooting and drills on a timer.

Concealed Carry Drill for Speed and Accuracy

1. Put a 4 inch circle on the target.
2. Go out to 10 yards.
3. Load 10 Rounds.
4. Draw from your holster in a timer and put 10 rounds in the circle.

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Hollow Point Bullets | Episode #21 (1440p)

What is hollow point ammunition all about? Concealed carry trainer Mickey Schuch covers the basics on hollow points and what they are used for.

These expanding bullets provide more stopping power and are less likely to go through the intended target. When comparing hollow points to regular ball rounds, think of it like the difference between hitting something with a hammer vs. a ice pick.

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Gunfighting in Reality | Episode #20 (1440p)

Training for Reality. When it comes to self-defense and concealed carry, practice with the weapons and clothing you wear everyday. If you wear a suit to work, learn how to fight in it. Don't go to the range dressed like a SWAT officer full of tactical gear if that's the only time you wear it.

Concealed Carry instructor Mickey Schuch, president of Carry Trainer outlines a practical approach to armed self-defense. Shuch then demonstrates live-fire drills with a Glock 19 and AR-15 in business dress. 

[1440p Self-Defense training video with live fire shooting]
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"Don't go to the range with high speed gear if you are walk around 24/7 with a basic conceal carry weapon. For example, if you train and attend classes with a full size combat pistol... then carry a 5 shot snub nosed revolver in the real world, you have a hobby, not a lifestyle."

-Mickey Schuch

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Source – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uMFqXZxVEaI&t=52s

Terrorism and Concealed Carry for the Engaged Citizen [WARNING! GRAPHIC VIOLENCE] | Episode #15

Don’t put your head in the sand and think this stuff can’t happen to you. Everybody that’s involved in some type of violence like this, if you ask them, almost every single time, they say “I didn’t think this could ever happen to me. I was totally in shock.”

We want you to say, I knew this could happen. Here it is. I have a plan. I know how to respond. I’m going to be ok, and I’m going to do something about it.

That’s what changes the world.

-Mickey Schuch

Partial Transcript:

So what do you do when there is a terrorist attack? The world is not becoming a safer place. 

Governments of many nations are telling people to run, hide and call for help. While that works sometimes, maybe it doesn’t. You can’t outrun a bullet. You can hide, but if you’re not behind a proper barricade that stops bullets or an explosive blast, what good is that? And even when you call for help sometimes 5, 10, 15 minutes can elapse before first responders can get there.

The situation your in will dictate your options sometimes. Sometimes the best option will be to run, and get out of there. Other times the situation will dictate you have to get into the fight and stop the threat. If you are with your family, do what you have to do.

If you get that feeling like something doesn’t look right, keep an eye on it for a little bit. Don’t just ignore it. When you do notice things, regardless if your right or wrong, it shouldn’t stop there. If you notice there’s something off about a certain individual, the next thing you should be doing is looking for exits, hard cover…

So if you decide to fight, you need to fight to win. You don’t enter in to a life-or-death scenario like that where you’re teeter-tottering (unsure) on whether to take a violent action upon someone who is putting violence in your direction. 

In this case you need to have that fighting tool on you. It can’t be in your vehicle. It can’t be in your locked desk at work. It can’t be in the gun safe. It’s got to be on you.

You’ve got to have a back-up magazine… at least one. Most people don’t even think about carrying those things.

You need to be able to use those tools. When we say use them, we don’t mean go out on a flat range in perfectly well-lit conditions and place rounds on a card board target 5 feet away. You need to know how to use that in all light conditions. You need to know how to engage targets a various distances. You need to know how to rapidly reload. How to get that weapon back up working if you have a malfunction. It’s a machine. Things do break.

What you need to be able to do though is deploy that weapon rapidly. So, if we are aware of a problem. We decide to take action and engage. With all of these situations time is of the essence. The 3, 4, 5 minutes we wait for first responders to arrive, that’s the difference between life and death for us and our loved ones. Sang’s going to talk about what to do if you don’t have a gun.

If you don’t have a gun on you, we suggest getting some training in self-defense. It doesn’t matter if it’s Krav Maga, Tae Bo, Taekwondo. Learn something. Don’t, if it’s your life on the line or the life of a loved one, I don’t care if it’s a broom stick, do what you have to do to try to stop the situation. Either be a victim or try to do something about it.

So your kinda talking about areas where, maybe concealed carry is illegal, or maybe you’re in a place like here in Illinois where there are many public places that guys with concealed carry are not lawfully able to carry. Yes, I’m kinda driving that direction.

If you don’t have the option to carry, you should find something to protect yourself. Regardless if it’s edged weapons with a blade, most people carry a pocket knife, what-have-you. Those things will do damage and stop a threat. When it comes to edged weapons, firearms, or anything else… just owning a knife, a gun, you have to get trained and know how to use that thing efficiently…

We talk about it all the time, you could have a gun, have a knife, have a baseball bat, but that’s only part of the equation. We believe in it. We are doing it all the time. Dryfiring. We are at the range. Taking classes. You have to train. If not you’re going to end up hurting other people. Innocent people.

If you get involved… If you are trapped in one of these active shooter / terrorist scenario’s… You are dealing with people who are willing to murder innocents, for no reason or whatever their religious or sick reason is to do it. There’s no reasoning. There’s no discussion. There’s no begging. They’ve already decided to implement action against innocent people and murder them.

The only reasonable recourse is counter-violence.

ISIS | Preppers | SHTF | Citizen | Patriot
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Why Low Capacity Guns Suck for Self Defense [Glock 43 vs. Glock 19 vs. Revolver] | Episode #14

Low capacity firearms aren't the best tools for self defense. Here is why.

Multiple attackers at close distances can make reloading a perilous situation with a revolver or low capacity mag.

Mickey Schuch of Carry Trainer and Sang Lee square off on the timer in this episode to show the weaknesses of low capacity guns. When multiple shots on multiple targets are required, Sang is much faster using a glock with a high capacity magazine.


This training video was filmed in Illinois comparing Glocks and a Smith & Wesson snubnose revolver.

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