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.
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A recent on post reminded me of something that I’ve sort of taken for granted. However, it wasn’t long ago that a discussion with a world-class shooter challenged and ultimately changed my understanding of the topic myself. The Falsehood We’ve Been Teaching About Trigger Reset Frequently trigger reset is talked about in the firearms and […]
An analysis of 7 tools used to enhance dry fire with a Glock and the three specific problems we need to solve to have an effective dryfire session
Today, Riley Bowman interviews AJ Zito of Practical Performance to discuss methods and means we can enhance and optimize our training and performance in a way that’s practical. AJ is a USPSA Master shooter, as well as a multi-division Master in IDPA. He is an active competitive shooter, firearms instructor, and custom gunsmith specializing in […]
Riley Bowman and Jacob Paulsen reunite for a power-packed episode discussing the ONE THING that’s helped us level-up in our shooting. If you pretty well have grip and trigger control figured out, and you’re loing for that thing that’s still eluding you, this just might be the episode for you!
Today we test a “Debate” Style format where we each take opposing sides of an issue. We start with something simple… gun modifications. The good and the bad.