A two-handed shooting grip is always superior for defensive handgun use. But in real-world defensive encounters, you just might have to shoot with one hand.
Just when you thought there was nothing else to be said about garment clearing ….
Clearing—not drawing and shooting—may be more protective when danger looms.
Whether familiar or not, “staging” the front half of your concealed draw has many potential advantages.
Getting the grip right does take some precision but doesn’t have to be difficult.
Issues with the grip are the single biggest problem in shooting a handgun well.
It is crucial to start working on your draw essentials right from the start.
Unlearning bad draw habits can be a bear, but also a safety necessity.