We see a lot of our authors and subscribers who adhere to the OODA loop — Observe, Orient, Decide, Act — and the color-coded conditions of alertness most often taught at Gunsite, as they originated by the late Jeff Cooper.
The longevity of these theories and applications in the firearms industry and the respect paid to it by professionals who are shooting and writing about shooting every day, says volumes about their importance in how we go about carrying a gun and protecting ourselves. But that doesn’t mean there isn’t room for improvement.
Enter Rob Pincus. Currently one of the most sought-after training instructors in the country, Pincus has extensive experience in executive protection and law enforcement.
He’s since taken that lifetime of experience and developed his Combat Focus Shooting program, part of his renowned I.C.E. Training Courses, is taking shooters of all levels to the next level.
His book, Combat Focus Shooting Evolution 2010, is considered by many in the know to be the next level in personal protection development. When you’ve gotten serious about carrying a gun, but regardless your skill level, this book is at the top of the list of must-reads.
Based on a core body of knowledge of you how your body naturally reacts to critical situations, you will come away with a new approach to how, when, where and, most importantly why you carry and why your body reacts like it does when it comes time to save your life with a gun.
This cerebral, knowledge-based approach is a welcome change to the “do as I say,” blindly repetitive methods employed by so many others. We highly recommend adding Combat Focus Shooting Evolution 2010 to your reading list.