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.
Focusing on the process can help shooters shoot better by allowing them to maintain attention to the task at hand rather than allowing distractions to interfere, increase tension, and ultimately make mistakes.
The decision to use justified deadly force is a critical one that can be riddled with catastrophic consequences along with an arduous aftermath. This post briefly explores the can, may, should, and must components of the decision making process.
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.
Many have asked for my opinion on the Mantis X system as a dry fire aid and I finally started to give it a fair shake. While I haven’t used it to its full potential, I’ve found it to be more valuable than I had initially expected and worth looking into.