The ability to remain target focused when shooting pistols with red dot sights is huge for defensive and competitive pistol applications. However, developing and maintaining target focus skills takes a little work.
Quality firearms training reduces the possibility of negative outcomes by making us safer, faster, more accurate, more knowledgeable, and more confident with firearms. As if that wasn’t enough, classes are more fun than you can shake a stick at.
Being able to place an accurate shot on a static target without any time pressure is the essential foundation on which fast practical marksmanship is built on. Here are a few things I’m doing to improve that foundation.
Here is a little head to head comparison between the Trijicon RMR and Trijicon SRO. They are both fantastic red dot sights and each has pros and cons.
Looking to level up your USPSA game? Ben Stoeger’s Practical Shooting Fundamentals course is a fantastic 2-day class that is as much fun as it is instructive that is sure to put a competitive shooter on a path to improvement.
The Trijicon SRO is a fantastic RDS with a large field of view that makes tracking the dot relatively easy. It is exceptionally well suited for competitive pistol shooting applications.