Focus on improving the fundamentals of pistol shooting to become a drastically better shooter with the pistol.
Calling shots is a very important skill for shooters – It’s important to know if you hit the target without looking at the target at all.
The first to get shots on target in a gunfight usually wins. Here are some tips on how to improve your draw time. (Hint: the key is practice)
John Lovell has some quick tips on how to quickly get handgun sights on target for fast and accurate fire.
Michael Seeklander is a fantastic competitive shooter and firearms instructor who runs Shooting Performance. His YouTube channel focuses on training tips to make you a better shooter with a rifle and pistol. His tips are useful for anyone interested in becoming better with their firearm. Michael Seeklander’s playlist, Daily Shooting Tips! Short, Sweet, Effective!, is […]
Recoil anticipation is the most common reason why shooters miss, but thankfully it is easy to fix.
What are your New Years Resolutions? Here’s one for all firearms enthusiasts!
With the influx of new shooters into the firearms world, here are some suggestions on recommended first firearms.
A few millimeters in your handgun grip can make a huge difference in your shooting speed and accuracy.
Casual plinking is not deliberate practice and does not help obtain mastery.
Self defenders should strive to obtain proficiency with the 2x2x2 drill to demonstrate speed and accuracy, both of which are important for a real life self defense encounter.
Don’t ignore skill gaps – identify and embrace them.
It is dark for a significant portion of the day. A light of some kind is critical for conceal carriers to verify and engage a threat.
Identifying & fixing recoil anticipation with this simple drill.
Training the next generation up in firearms is critical for the long term preservation of the 2nd Amendment.
Flinching can result in missed shots. Blinking can result in failure to spot shots. Here’s how to stop blinking and flinching while shooting.
Get hits at 300 yards with an air rifle!
A proper shooting stance, grip, and sight picture is critical to fast follow up shots.
The first step towards being able to move and shoot is being able to move, then shoot. Moving then shooting is an incredibly practical skill for self defense and competitive shooting, and it can be easily practiced at home during dry fire or at a shooting bay.
Becoming the best of the best, or even becoming very good at shooting requires deliberate practice and focusing on weak areas.
A collection of articles and videos helping shooters improve their technique for self defense, hunting, shooting competitions, and plinking.