What is Pinning and Resetting the Trigger? Pinning and Resetting the trigger is the practice of pulling the trigger and holding it to the rear, and then letting the trigger out until the trigger clicks on the reset, then pulling the trigger to the rear. The idea is to minimize the amount of travel the […]
If you struggle with your thumb getting caught on your shirt while drawing a handgun from concealment, consider trying out “The Claw.” “The Claw” is a VERY simple modification to the draw stroke to help improve consistently in clearing the cover garment. It is particularly useful for appendix carry (AIWB) carry draws. The Claw Handgun […]
We all like shortcuts, right? Buying gear isn’t a shortcut, but increasing Myelin production might be the closest thing to a shooting skill shortcut we can get – as long as it is paired with efficient training.
Tim Herron’s Practical Performance Handgun Class is well worth taking for competitive and self defense shooters alike. I had been looking forward to this class for some time, so I had goals and expectations going into the class – and all of them were met. However, the key thing to understand that the most important […]
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