If you have been shooting for any length of time you have likely witnessed the following scenario. Perhaps you have even done it yourself. A shooter posts a bull’s-eye target out at 5, 7, maybe 10 yards. They then proceed to slowly and deliberately fire a magazine or two into the target. Retrieving the paper they hold it up and are heard to observe, “Not too bad, huh?” Yes, keeping 10 to 20 rounds in the center of the target is very good. My question is this, “Does your practice or training stop there?”
Skill with arms involves a number of components. Naturally, you first must learn the fundamentals. When we are talking about a handgun, these basics include sight alignment and trigger press. You then can move on to breath control and follow-through.
If you have been shooting for any length of time you have likely witnessed…
by Bob Arganbright / Aug 5, 2008