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Gunvideo.com has some good ones. There are a lot of em out there. If you have no luck PM me and I can give you specific titles if needed.
 

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The Thunder Ranch DVDs by Clint Smith are good. Also the Saurez International videos are good. Rob Pincus has some good stuff too.
 

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Go to Smith and Wessons home page and review the free training clips.
 

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Got a funny look from the Mall Santa, but this is what's on MY list:



Shooting For Keeps
with Colonel Rex Applegate

The late Rex Applegate was universally recognized as America's foremost authority on close combat with or without weapons. In Shooting for Keeps , he demonstrates how point shooting can enable you to survive a real deadly encounter and why it should be the foundation of all combat shooting technique. For a historical perspective, we include the DVD Point Shooting , a previously classified training film featuring shooting methods developed and refined in actual behind-the-lines combat during WW II.

$37.50

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Martial Marksmanship

A Fighter's Guide to Close-Quarters Handgunning
with Andy Stanford and Michael D. Janich

The controversy concerning point shooting versus sighted-fire is over, and the winner is you. After years of meticulous research, sighted-fire expert Andy Stanford and point shooting authority Michael D. Janich have combined their talents to show you not only how point shooting and sighted-fire can coexist, but how they can be synthesized to yield a superior, state-of-the-art shooting technique.

The authors first identify the basic skill set that enables shooters to get shots on target using skeletal and centerline alignment rather than muscular coordination. They then build upon this foundation, introducing the concepts of a coarse visual index and finally practical, combat-effective sighted fire. Throughout the process, they highlight the effects and dangers of the real-world threats you may face and teach you the difference between being a shooter, a gunfighter and a true fighter with a gun. This video includes rare archival footage and little-known insights into the history of modern combat shooting and is must viewing for all serious students of combative pistolcraft. For information purposes only.

Michael D. Janich is one of the foremost modern authorities on handgun point shooting and one of the few contemporary instructors to have personally trained with the late close-combat legend Col. Rex Applegate. In addition to making his own martial arts equipment, noted martial arts author and instructor Michael Janich has designed and engineered everything from blowguns to knives, including the highly acclaimed Masters of Defense Tempest folding knife.

Andy Stanford's training resume includes every major combat shooting instructor and/or school in the country, plus an extensive background in both street-oriented martial arts and police defensive tactics. A noted author of both books and magazine articles and an IDPA Master Class shooter, he was the Shootist (1st overall) at the 1994 National Tactical Invitational and 2nd overall in 1998. He is the director of OPS (Options for Personal Security) in Ridgecrest, California.

$19.95

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This one's a book, but since I'm giving you 2/3 of my wish list I thought I would include this as well:



Bullseyes Don't Shoot Back

Rex Applegate and Michael Janich

Learn why point shooting is the most practical technique for aiming and shooting a handgun in a real gunfight. This instructional guide teaches you how and when to use point shooting, compares it to two-handed sighted fire and tells how a major police training facility is teaching point shooting with stunning results.

Col. Rex Applegate was universally recognized as America's foremost authority on close combat with or without weapons.

Michael D. Janich is one of the foremost modern authorities on handgun point shooting and one of the few contemporary instructors to have personally trained with the late close-combat legend Col. Rex Applegate. In addition to making his own martial arts equipment, noted martial arts author and instructor Michael Janich has designed and engineered everything from blowguns to knives, including the highly acclaimed Masters of Defense Tempest folding knife.

$16.50 new down to $10.44 used
 

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Steer clear of Handgun Survival with Jim Wagner, I found it on netflix, though wth it might be informative. But no, that guy's full of a certian brown substance.
 

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I will also recommend the Thunder Ranch DVDs.
 
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