Training

While it might sound like a simple step on the road to competitive shooting, there's more to a proper grip than just picking up a pistol.
Sadly, there just aren’t a lot of ranges that are conducive to good defensive shooting practice. If you have one nearby, you’re in luck — and also in the minority.
They won’t guarantee you bag a trophy this hunting season, but they’ll have you ready if the opportunity presents itself.
Whether you’re new to the AR or are getting acclimated to a brand new rifle, deliberate and mindful dry runs will jump start mastery of the firearm.
As with all aspects of shooting, particularly at long range, learning to properly read the wind requires practice and familiarity with the basics.
More than just shooting off a bench rest, these AR-15 drills are meant to help you improve your handling of your rifle, along with your marksmanship.
Practice makes perfect, unless it's the wrong kind of practice. And from a standpoint of prepping for defensive handgun use, dry reload practice might be more of a hindrance than help.
Getting a grasp on where an assailant must be shot to neutralize a threat and the power needed from a concealed carry handgun to do so goes a long way in making informed choices when going armed.
Serious shooters keep a DOPE or data book on particular weapons for a good reason. When called into duty, no matter the situation, they have a solid idea about how the firearm will preform.

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