In this month's episode of Train With Shane, Team GLOCK Captain, Shane Coley, discusses how to transition in and out of shooting positions. While the boxes are typically used for competition purposes, they are still a great training technique to use for every day carry. Stay tuned for more episodes of Train With Shane!
The development of the Gen5 pistol and the included design changes, were the result of the constant pursuit to meet the requests of the consumer market. We have combined the standards of performance and reliability with the distinctive design enhancements to improve durability, accuracy, and performance. 1080p
GLOCK, Inc. announced the launch of the long-awaited G19 Gen5 and G17 Gen5 pistols on August 30th, 2017. The Gen5 pistols feature over twenty design changes which distinguish them from their Gen4 predecessors. The Gen5 made its first official public appearance at the NRA Guard show in Milwaukee August 25-27 and was part of a special range event at 100 ranges across the country on August 26. 720
Made in the USA, the G42 is the smallest pistol GLOCK has ever introduced, making it ideal for pocket carry and shooters with smaller hands. Years of requests across market groups for a super-concealable, reliable single-stack .380 GLOCK pistol prompted extensive research and development to bring the GLOCK customer the G42.
Episode 4 of Train With Shane is all about transition drills. GLOCK Team Captain, Shane Coley, demonstrates some professional techniques on improving transitions, which will make for more accurate shots on the range and in competition. Remember to move your eyes first, then use your legs and hips to drive the gun to the next target. Make sure to like and subscribe to see more videos of Train Wit...