We practice to get better, but many of us often overlook the importance of getting better at practicing. Here are some things that I do that have helped me become better at practicing which have improved the results from dry and live fire practice time.
A simple yet very effective dry practice drill that helps a shooter get familiar with a trigger and helps one to level up trigger control proficiency.
Training how you fight is an idea I really like and can get behind. However, it’s not possible to always put it into practice during live fire at range sessions, training classes or competitive events.
It can be a little frustrating to present a red dot sight equipped pistol and not find the red dot. So here is a little dry practice drill I’ve been doing lately to help that.
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.
In self defense or competitive contexts, the time between drawing a side arm to putting the first shot on target matters. As such, it makes sense to put in some work on improving it. The best way to do this, as far as I am aware, is through […]