Training someone to shoot a defensive handgun is mostly a standardized process. Firearm safety is followed by firearm function, which is then followed by an introduction to the basics of marksmanship. Past that, focus falls on handgun manipulation, presentation and various methods of target engagement.
You’ve likely read countless articles admonishing you to get professional firearm training, but the costs of such an endeavor in terms of cash and time can be daunting. Here’s how to obtain some of the benefits of such an education without maxing out your credit card or taking leave from work.