How to improve your one-handed shooting skills
Training should include strong and support hand practice of skills including drawing from the holster, shooting, reloading and malfunction clearance
When looking for specific skills to work on, instead of practicing your same old routine, think about the skills you’ve regularly avoided practicing. How frequently do you practice shooting strong hand only? How about support hand only?
In this video, Police1 columnist and firearms trainer Todd Fletcher walks through key elements of a one-handed shooting drill. Get more top tips and drill suggestions from Todd here.
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