Training

The Modern Shooter team discovers H&H Precision's shooting school is not summer camp — it's even better.
Learn to quickly identify and clear the most common handgun malfunctions and get back in the game with these pistol malfunction drills.
These seven fundamentals of handgun training apply whether you’re training for self-defense, competing at a match, on the silhouette range or plinking with a .22 pistol.
There are two methods of correcting for elevation and windage when shooting at extended distances — holding or dialing. The choice is yours.
Procedural tactics regarding the safe holstering of a handgun have changed dramatically over the years. Here are some things to know.
Never heard of this technique to zero in a rifle? Read on: It will improve your hit success forever.
Although it’s the least impactful of the three environmental variables, humidity does have an influence on your bullet’s trajectory.
If you don't know how B.R.A.S.S. will make you a better marksman, it's high time you learned.
Long-range shooting can be complex, but mastery of shooting fundamentals, effective practice and good habits still contribute most to long-range accuracy.
In the long-distance ring, temperature plays a much bigger role than simply how comfortable you are while shooting.
At extended ranges, air pressure alters bullet flight — and impact — more than you might think.
Tacticool instruction might be fun, but it won't make you a more prepared armed citizen. Handgun training should focus on the skills with practical tools that will save your skin.
Handgun trainers typically come from a variety of shooting backgrounds. But do these background necessarily make them the best trainers for armed citizens?
How aerodynamic a bullet is certainly has an appreciable effect on that bullet’s speed on its way to the target.
Most firearms handgun drills are universal, applying to both semi-automatic pistols and revolvers. But there are a few more facets that need to be mastered when becoming proficient with a pistol.
Shooting downhill or on an incline requires an adjustment in trajectory. Here’s what you need to know to connect on those tricky angled shots.

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