Consistency and repetition are the keys to building on-demand skills.
Spend some time moving your benchmark and you'll quickly realize you can always improve your shooting skills, no matter how proficient you've become.
Sheriff Jim Wilson shows you how to get the most out of your time at the range.
Whether or not you've got ammunition or want to shoot it, having a shot timer in your training repertoire can improve your defensive shooting skills.
In a world of instant gratification, Sheriff Jim Wilson talks about why learning how to shoot takes practice and patience.
Practicing with one hand will help develop skills that might become
necessary in a fight. Ed Head talks about why you should practice one-hand shooting.
Looking for quick drill to practice at the range to sharpen your skills without burning through precious ammo?
As Ed Head says, being able to adequately defend yourself begins with having the right mindset and expectations.
Looking for quick drill to practice at the range to sharpen your skills without burning through precious ammo? Check out the Forty-Five Drill.
Some drills are well-suited to start or conclude a range session, like the “Pick-a-Spot” drill from Il Ling New of Gunsite Academy.