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Forget Your Flinch

Every new shooter must work to overcome their flinch. You must train your subconscious brain not to react to the boom and flash that accompany each trigger pull. Even experienced shooters can find a flinch creeping into their practice, negatively affecting accuracy, as it causes the nose of the gun to dip down during the shot.

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Gun Skills: Next-Level Dry Practice

For dry practice to be truly effective, you need to practice more than just easy, controlled shots. Here's how to practice up to a defensive level.

Gun Skills | Nine-in-Nine Drill: Accuracy and Movement

The nine-in-nine drill is simple, but well-regarded as a means for practicing what really matters: fast, smooth accuracy with defensive movement.

Gun Skills: Scan and Assess

When a threat appears, adrenaline courses through our veins to assist us in fighting it off or fleeing the area, and with it comes tunnel vision. This is why it's important to practice scanning for other potential threats.

Gun Skills: Shooting from Retreat

Shooting at a stationary target doesn't represent a defensive situation; it's important to "get off the X." But even when we do, we often forget rearward motion as an option.

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