Fix that flinch with the empty case drill It’s the most common shooting error, one every shooter has done at least once, and one many shooters don’t realize they have. It goes by several names—the flinch, anticipation, and jerking the trigger are among the most common. While the problem may not be apparent to the […]
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It was at a Larry Vickers pistol class in 2015 that I first encountered “The Humbler,” a drill that has been adopted by the legendary ta Force program as a test and training tool for pistol marksmanship. Since that class, I’ve shot the 70-round, 25-yard course of fire many times, and have witnessed dozens of […]
Shooting the Mini Casino Drill The Casino Drill is the brain child of instructor Tom Givens. It is a 21 round drill with a 21 second PAR that involves shooting 6 different targets in numerical order and two reloads. It is a solid drill, hitting several skill areas, and forcing the shooter to think about […]
I think the majority of gun owners and serious shooters understand that there is great value in dry-fire training. Despite this I’ve found that for many shooters, their dry fire experiences are relatively confined to a few simple drills or exercises. My intent in today’s article is to out the various reasons we dryfire and […]
So, we have to practice in order to stay sharp. The problem is, ammunition and gun ranges are expensive and sometimes far away. Additionally, with all that we do in our lives, it is not always easy to find the time to make it to the range. What can you do?