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5 Comments on "Gray Man Mindset"
Another instructive and practicable video. Thank you!
I have two questions.
First, what is your recommendation for maintaining one’s alertness and focus, i.e., green zone? (The average brain has hundreds of thoughts that cycle through.) It takes time and energy to keep one’s focus and maintain alertness.
Second, in most environments, especially new or unfamiliar areas, there is or can be an overload of the senses. Do you have any suggestions for proper mental techniques that can help keep one’s focus and energy; and key locations that can potentially present a danger?
Mr. Shepard, can you please reduce the background music sound level because it makes it hard to hear your instructions especially with you slight accent? Cooper is very well respected in the shooting community in the US and I am glad you referenced him as the basis of your system.
I love that you are totally real with no heroics. My grandfather, who fought in WWII and watched Mussolini get killed by partisans with some OSS guys, always told me “hero only looks good on the other guys grave.” A video on YouTube by Nutnfancy had instruction that you 1. get cover, 2. take out targets of opportunity, and 3. don’t get flanked which parallels what you teach here.
one of the first thing you learn in sniper school is to keep on moving never shoot more then 3 seconds from the same spot.
always change position, as your opponents are not stupid, they will find the origin of the shots and find a way to flank you.