I’m happy to see the population of gun owners grow regardless of the reason or circumstance. I welcome all of them. I encourage all of them to learn the safe gun handling as it is a responsibility that comes with ownership.
Here is a little dry practice drill I’ve been doing lately to help me develop a good consistent pistol draw.
Are you using less ammo and spending less time at the range? If so, what are you doing with your time instead? I’m getting in a little dry practice, taking inventory, and cleaning the firearms.
I’m opting to avoid non-essential outings for a little while. It’s not fun and may not be necessary, but I think limiting my exposure to individuals currently experiencing varying degrees of panic is a good choice right now.
Started a small project to build a quality survival kit on a budget. My first step is a container to place the contents of the kit in. Feel free to join in and build your own.
Runs like a champ. Makes longer shots remarkably easier. Will require some work to consistently find the dot in the window after presentation. Great pistol and carry optic option.