Unwanted movement, whether by flinching or "jerking the trigger," will often result in poor accuracy.
When practicing with both a rifle and a handgun, it is important to hone not only your marksmanship skills, but also your ability to transition from rifle to handgun in a safe and efficient manner.
The following drill will help maintain essential marksmanship skills while keeping the round count low.
Looking at the target after firing can tell you a lot about your shooting. Here’s a quick guide to help you spot some of the more common marksmanship errors, all based upon shooting a pistol with two hands on the gun.