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Thread: Solid Research on Stress mitigated/informed shooting doctrine and training methods?

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Hearne View Post
    So, I talk for 8 hours about this topic and related issues and could literally write a book.
    Which you really must do, John. You've done way too much valid, relevant research not to do so.
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    I found these useful in understanding this subject.





    "I realized all the mindset talk was useless without action and that with action, all the mindset talk was unnecessary." - Mike Pannone

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne Dobbs View Post
    Which you really must do, John. You've done way too much valid, relevant research not to do so.
    Agreed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Hearne View Post

    I wrote a chapter for Massad Ayoob's "Straight Talk on Armed Self Defense" that summarizes a lot of my work if you can't see the full eight-hour presentation.

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    Thanks for the reminder. I took the book to an off duty detail and re-read that chapter

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Hearne View Post
    So, I talk for 8 hours about this topic and related issues and could literally write a book.
    I want to get into this more, though I don't have the time right now. At least, for now, I would like to thank you for your work and studying your graphic gave me much to think about. I'll have to find some way to watch your 8 hour lectures. :-)

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    Stress and Shoot/Don't Shoot. Can training touch that or is experience still the best teacher here.

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