S3E13: The Physical SECRET to Becoming Both Fast AND Accurate

Topic: The Physical SECRET to Becoming Both Fast AND Accurate

Today, Riley Bowman and Matthew Maruster discuss the “secret” to being both accurate AND fast at shooting. We talk about one method for being able to develop the physical skill necessary to achieve this in dry fire practice, and this method was recently featured on the latest Shooter Ready Challenge. Check it out at https://www.shooterreadychallenge.com and tune into today's episode!

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About Riley Bowman

Riley Bowman is the Director of Training at ConcealedCarry.com and the Host of the Concealed Carry Podcast. He came up in this world initially through his 8-year experience with a state-level law enforcement agency in Colorado. Riley has trained extensively under instructors such as: Rob Leatham, Mike Seeklander, Tim Herron, Scott Jedlinski, Matt Little, Kyle Lamb, Dave Spaulding, Jeff Gonzales, Bill Blowers, Chuck Pressburg, and others, amassing many hundreds of hours of formal shooting and tactics training. He is an NRA Pistol Instructor, a Colorado P.O.S.T. Handgun and Patrol Rifle Instructor, a graduate of Trident Concepts Concealed Carry Instructor course, and a Modern Samurai Project Endorsed Instructor. He also competes in USPSA and 3-gun competitions including numerous top-10 finishes at major matches and championships. He is the current USPSA Carry Optics Colorado State Champion and most recently won 3rd place in Master Class at the 2022 USPSA Carry Optics National Championship.


  1. Kyle Spisak on September 6, 2021 at 6:15 pm

    Have not yet worked on my speed too much. I still suffer from a pretty obvious flinch. Just working on exposure and firing more and more rounds and trying to power through that flinch.

    I went all of 2020 without firing a single round. So now really trying to get my training down. 100 rounds a week minimum 3 dry fire sessions minimum a week.

    I appreciate this episode. Some really technical stuff you all are trying to explain! Such an incredible service you provide us!

    God bless you! Keep it up!

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