Sometimes the difference between holding a pistol and dry firing it versus shooting it is night and day. In the case of the CZ Shadow 2, the difference was astronomical – it went from favorable to marvelous.
Ask and ye shall receive. Or, at the very least, I will share an opinion with potentially questionable information. Kind of like this post where I share how I am going about dry fire practice which I believe is critical to pistolcraft improvement.
Here is yet another after action report of a course offered by KR Training. The course in review is a brief two hour Skill Builder session designed to help a student at any level improve their pistol marksmanship skills.
Dot sizes on pistol mounted optics can make a difference depending on the application. In my opinion, larger dots lend themselves exceedingly well to situations calling for multiple fast good hits.
It’s about time to take another look at the Heckler & Koch VP9 Match and see how my opinion has evolved after having spent a fair amount of quality time with it.
There are several techniques and approaches to dealing good hits on targets of varying degrees of difficulty. Here is an approach I’ve adapted from others and added a quick trick to help gauge difficulty.