Personal Protection & Self Defense Testamonials
“I competed in IPSC and had shot thousands and thousands of rounds with a momentary freeze during my double taps. More than anything, I think the drills have allowed me to relax. Everyone around me has commented as to how relaxed I am now on station.” Mark Jones
"Any shooter who fires a shot through a barrel at a target moving or still, can benefit from the Shoot Where You Looksm video." Joe Bowman The Straight Shooter www.joebowman.com
"My name is Dan Walker. For nine years I was Firearms Training Specialist for the Texas Department of Public Safety. As long as I can remember I have been fascinated by the gunfighters of the 'Old West' and their uncanny shooting skills. I passed this ability off to embellishment by historians. The result of instinct shooting has been known for centuries. I had never seen formal instruction on how to master this skill that proved successful, until I met Leon Measures. Law Enforcement Agencies have known for years, most officers never see their sights when in a gun fight. The concept and application of Leon Measures' Shoot Where You Looksm program is literally a lifesaving tool for officers who apply what Leon teaches. I recently retired from the Texas Department of Public Safety, still have opportunity to go back and teach, and continue to instruct in the Security Services Profession. I frequently refer to my chance meeting with Leon Measures and to the information he so willingly shared." Lt. Dan Walker, Texas DPS Academy Retired www.txdps.state.tx.us
"Nobody can hold a gun still. The very best rifle shot has the ability to pull the trigger as the muzzle is about to come across the target. That little 'something' in the back of the shooter's head tells the shooter when to pull the trigger. That little 'something' learned to tell the shooter when to pull the trigger because the shooter taught it to know when , by days and years of practice." "Uncle Henry (as he was known in the community) would pitch a crock marble into the air and split it with the first shot. The next two shots would 'powder' two of the biggest pieces before they hit the ground. He shot a Stevens Visable Loader .22 pump gun." "Uncle Henry wouldn't shoot a sparrow with it sitting on a high line. Didn't think it was fair. Make it fly and he would shoot it." "Uncle Henry could shoot more quail, on the wing, with his .22 rifle than most of his boys could with a shotgun." "Uncle Henry had a matched pair of Colt pistols and a Winchester rifle. All of them were chambered for .44-40 ammunition. He was almost as good with the pistols as he was with the rifle. However, he enjoyed shooting his .22 rifle best of all, because the ammunition was cheaper." Henry Lee Measures 1870-1943 Peaster, Parker County, Texas aka The Governor of Poverty Nob. Very likely as good a rifle and handgun shot as Texas has ever produced. He was my Grandfather. Some unsolicited statements from over the years.
"I am not writing you to discuss what we both know is probably the best learning method that exists today involving shotguns and rifles. I spent over thirty years as a police officer with the Texas Department of Public Safety. The firearms training which I received is probably the best in state law enforcement anywhere. I always considered myself to be a very good pistol shooter. After applying the Shoot Where You Look sm method to pistol shooting, I improved my firearms scores, during required biannual qualifications, to the high 290’s (out of a possible 300 perfect score). Not only did I see an improvement in my “10” score, but started consistently placing more shots in the “X” ring. Thanks again for sharing your techniques with me early on. I would not hesitate recommending Shoot Where You Looksm to anyone that wants to improve his or her shooting ability. Whether it is long gun or pistol shooters the Shoot Where You Looksm method, in my opinion, is by far the best program I have ever seen. Curtis Beckham Sergeant (Retired) Criminal Law Enforcement Texas Department of Public Safety www.txdps.state.tx.us
WARNING!! It is a known fact; we resort to whatever action we have taught our instincts to do when confronted by a life threatening or emergency situation. If you have practiced and are proficient with sights on a rifle, shotgun, or handgun, a gun fight is NOT the place to learn instinctive shooting!
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