I just turned 21 and I am in the process of buying my first handgun. Although I am just getting started with pistols and revolvers, I am pretty mechanically inclined, which I learned by working on automobiles and automotive machinery.
Reflex sights can improve pistol accuracy and speed, but only if you know how to use them.
Former police officer, SWAT team member, firearm trainer and author Dave Spaulding is one of the good guys. He is retiring from teaching on the road, where his Handgun Combatives training program has been in high demand for many years, but there remains a wealth of information in his written works and on his handguncombatives.com website.
With the cost of ammunition being what it is, I have had to go back to reloading my 9 mm practice ammunition using any components I can find. I got a really good deal on some hardcast bullets and picked up several thousand for current and future use in my Glock G17s, of which I have several generations including the latest Gen5 version.
Ever since my first encounter with an Army-issued Aimpoint 5000 in the early 1990s, I’ve appreciated the ability of electro-optical sights to get me on target quickly and effectively.