The following drill will help maintain essential marksmanship skills while keeping the round count low.
Having trouble finding ammunition or getting to the range? Here is a great way to maintain your skills without using precious ammo.
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.
Having all the newest gear can definitely an advantage, but not if you haven't first mastered the basics of defensive handgun training. Sheriff Jim Wilson talks about the fundamental skills for shooting a handgun well.