Lots of Dots

Print these targets to shoot the drill highlighted in the "Skills Check" department of Shooting Illustrated's November 2011 issue.

Buck to Slug

Learn how to practice quickly transitioning your shotgun's ammo for close- and long-range self-defense.

Skills Check: Trident Concepts Modified Navy Qualification Drill

The Modified Navy Qualification Drill used by Trident Concepts is a great way to test your skills with an AR-15.

Indoor-Range Practice Drills

There are important self-defense skills that can be practiced from an indoor range stall.

Testing Your Rifle-Shooting Skills

Test your rifle-shooting skills with this old test endorsed by men like Townsend Whelen and Col. Jeff Cooper.

Skills Check: Building Your Skills With a Bullseye Target

Occasionally re-familiarizing yourself with the fundamentals of marksmanship can make you a better shooter.

Practicing Your Defensive Pistol Skills at Home

Gunsite Academy Instructor Ed Head walks through how to train easily at home.

Skills Check: Card-Cutting Drill

While the experts make it look easy, so-called “trick shots” are just that, but practicing a harder one, like card-cutting can hone your everyday skills.

Skills Check: El Presidente Drill

Jeff Cooper's legendary El Presidente drill is a great way to build accuracy, power and speed skills.

Skills Check: The 5-5-5 Drill

The 5-5-5 Drill is easy to set up—but difficult to master—and will sharpen your concealed-carry skills.

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