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Building Shooters
Building Shooters is a project of Innovative Services and Solutions, LLC. Our goal is to help fundamentally re-shape how training is designed and delivered.
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Building Shooters May 24
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Building Shooters Apr 14
Incredibly honored to have been invited to speak this past week at the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia.
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Building Shooters Mar 18
Doing remedial training? First task: don't make them worse.
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Building Shooters Feb 24
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Building Shooters Jan 18
Want to make a positive impact on the world? Try mentoring a new shooter this year!
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Building Shooters Nov 25
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Building Shooters Nov 24
Want to make your friends/family safer? This book can help you do it.
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Building Shooters Nov 6
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Building Shooters Nov 5
Standards don't always have the effect we want.
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Building Shooters Oct 24
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Building Shooters Oct 16
Thank you to , independent country music artist, for help on our new book, Mentoring Shooters!
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Building Shooters Oct 16
Last night's Armed American Radio interview on the new book. Second half of first hour.
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Building Shooters Oct 16
New book is out!
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Building Shooters Oct 6
may be the single greatest security failure of our time. What we can do:
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Building Shooters Sep 21
Two ways we get it fundamentally wrong in the training industry. Part 1
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Building Shooters Aug 5
Shooting people in the back, headshots, and other learnings from a real-world shooting.
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Building Shooters Jul 23
A little humor for your Sunday...
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Building Shooters Jul 17
Neuroscience Brain Hacks. Superb article.
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Building Shooters Jul 17
Child's Play. Use the right training methods at the right point in development.
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Building Shooters Jun 24
The Real Thing. Applying lessons from a real gunfight to training methodology.
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