6) How would you describe your training philosophy?
Understand what’s likely and unlikely.
Know your geographic area, what transpires in your area, including what the outliers are.
Prepare for unlikely scenarios in a way that does not seem like fantasy.
If you train to meet the high standard, then it’s pretty easy to meet the low standard.
Think about a bad day. For instance, what if the incident starts with you being shot? Train, at least sometimes, for that possibility.
Train for the worst case scenario.
Turn a gunfight into a shooting.
If I had to pick one thing we should be training on, it’s movement on the draw.