When the history of firearms training is written 100 years from now, one of the classic influences cited will be the 1994 (or 1995) Shooting With The Mind’s Eye article written by Marcus Wynne, published in Combat Handguns (and published by the only person who probably would have published it back then, the CH’s enigmatic then-editor Harry Kane). It caused a mini-storm then among the leading-edge (not the same as the “leading”) firearms instructors, yet it has fallen into obscurity since. Despite describing techniques used by professional athletes and world-class operators in fields as diverse as race car driving and business operations for years, it was published before its time. These days the world is ready for the ideas presented therein, and Marcus – through his firm Accentus-Ludus, and others in the cognitive neuroscience-based performance enhancement field, are capitalizing and bringing to market these ideas, focusing on military applications.
In case you missed it 20 years ago, here are download links (sorry, the best form I have the article in is two separate pdf files):