Practice doesn’t make perfect. Correct practice makes perfect. The problem is diagnosing and correcting problems in practice can be challenging, but certain practice methods can minimize the amount of diagnosis needed.
Another step in my journey to becoming a better coach involved completing the Rangemaster Advanced Instructor Development Course. The standards were higher than its prerequisite, but so were the dividends.
Some folks think competitive shooting is a bad idea for armed defenders. I disagree with that notion, but let’s take a look at that position and see what we can learn from it.
The more I work with pistol mounted optics, the more my opinions about them evolve. Experience is funny that way. One of those opinions that has evolved is my opinion on using back up irons with red dots.
It’s time to switch into qualification preparation mode as the scheduled date for the Rangemaster Advanced Instructor course I will be attending approaches. It won’t be a walk in the park, but I expect it will be worth the effort.
Here is another long winded after action report of Gabe White’s Pistol Shooting Solutions Course. TLDR; Folks looking to advance their technical shooting skills should consider attending the course.