"Shots in the Dark: A Complete Guide to the Tactical Use of Laser Sights" DVD with Clyde Caceres

Product #: 427708 Paladin Press #: SHOTSDVD UPC #: 805966041735
Ships 11/30/2015 from MidwayUSA
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Although once dismissed as a high-tech novelty, laser sight devices have proven themselves as one of the most effective handgun accessories ever developed. By projecting a firing index directly on the target, lasers enable a shooter to keep his focus where it must be in the stress of a life-threatening situation. In this Paladin video production, veteran firearms trainer Clyde Caceres presents a comprehensive course in the tactical use of laser sights. Caceres shows you how to integrate the laser into your shooting technique and use it to naturally overcome the potentially deadly effects of gunfight stress. He then dispels the myths concerning lasers and teaches you state-of-the-art methods of laser speed shooting, laser team tactics, shooting from disadvantaged positions, use of lasers in conjunction with white light and little-known tips for using lasers as training devices. If you own a laser-equipped handgun, you can't afford to be without this video. If you don't own one, watch this video and learn why you should.

Run Time: 75 minutes
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