What is your favorite USCCA Training Video?

This one may get you sucked into watching hundreds of training videos on our YouTube Channel… Sorry (not sorry, because it will help your training!)

What is your favorite Training Video on our YouTube Channel?

Here’s one of my favorites. I like the Into the Fray videos. A lot of guys make videos solely with drills that make you shoot better, but these videos engage your mind. Always engage your mind before your trigger. The most important 6 inches of a battlefield are in between your ears.

I like this one

I show it to those that say “you can just point a shotgun in the room and hit them all.” And yes, I have a shotgun for home defense, and am away of what pattern it throws at the distance it would be inside my home, with the ammo I use for home defense.
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In my opinion I don’t have a favorite. They are all equally excellent, important, informative and provide me with “reminders” of things I may have let slide over the course of my CCW years.

I just finished the Concealed Cary and Home Defense Fundamentals online course in e-learning with Martin and thought it was excellent. Highly recommend it, especially module 5 for the law of self defense. Very consistent with the recent youTube videos for the shooting aftermath. Also, based on his course info I sent a recommendation to update the back of the membership cards with the recommended 911 script and verbiage for right to remain silent and search. I know the card is small but I think those are important in addition to what is currently on the card.

have been focused on the houses of worship training lately

I think my favorite training video, and this in no way disrespectful or condescending. But I really thought the 3 part series of the couple in an RV was the best. Mainly, because it got me involved in searching for the mistakes and to see if the training at the end caught the same things or not.

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That’s my favorite section! I find it fascinating!

@Dennis6, looking for mistakes is a great way to learn what not to do. Be sure to train the correct way - even by mental visualizations - to make sure you’re not “programing” your mind to do the wrong thing. (Not that I doubt your training, I’m speaking from experience on this one :smiley: )