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Eye Protection
By Team Greyhive | 3.13.2018
#CQB #Shooting #Law Enforcement #Personal Defense
*Disclaimer: This article is not meant to provide medical care or safety advice, consult your Optometrist prior to making any decisions regarding visual correction and protection. The standards and regulations are subject to change. This article was written by Josh Goetz who is in the Optometry field. He is our newest addition to Greyhive and will be releasing more articles on vision as it relates to shooters in the future. Stay tuned for more value to your training. For some shooting is a hobby, for others it is a lifestyle, and others it is just a part of the job. Regardless of what role shooting plays in your life it is an activity that we all plan on doing for as long as we are physically able. Of course we hope to never have an accident, but reality is that they do occur. It is important to take any steps that we can to prevent these injuries and be prepared for ones that we cannot prevent.
Episode 11 - How to Simulate Combat
By Team Greyhive | 2.22.2018
#Training Brief
Dr. Seth Haselhuhn and Drew Estell from BAER Solutions discuss how some train to simulate combat on the flat range, and what we can actually do to add stress to our shooting. Cognitively, socially, and other ways.
Episode 10 - Survival
By Team Greyhive | 2.8.2018
#Training Brief
Survival is much more than having medical supplies on hand. Your overall health, including what you can have to hand to ensure this, are critical. Mike J, Active Duty Military, and Drew Estell, BAER Solutions, discuss this as one of the 5 basic needs of survival in this 5 part video series.
Episode 9 - Low Ready, Pistol
By Team Greyhive | 2.1.2018
#Training Brief
Ryan, SRT Officer, and Drew, former SOF, discuss training the low ready while shooting a pistol. There are several different considerations to keep in mind for concealed carriers, police, and military, as well as a couple ways to do it. Here they put it on the clock to show the differences and how to perform each method.