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46 dry fire & live fire handgun drills.
Draw from Holster, Natural Point of Aim / Index
Improve the draw stroke speed, control, and confidence.
Accuracy at Speed, Distance Changeup, Reload
Simulate distance change ups with a single target.
Transitions, Vision Speed
Improve transitions by initiating the transition the moment the last shot on target breaks.
Accuracy at Speed, Grip, Trigger Control
Improve trigger speed and quality for multiple shots.
Improve vision speed to boost the accuracy and speed of transitions.
Accuracy at Speed, Distance Changeup, Transitions
Improve distance change up transitions by engaging multiple targets as if they were one target.
The gun go where the eye leads, so fast eyes means a fast gun.
Improve the accuracy of transitions by bringing the sights to the eyes.
A reload focused micro drill – great for supplementing other reload drills.
Accuracy at Speed, Transitions
Improve transitions by engaging multiple targets as if it were a single target.
Distance Changeup, Transitions
Work on wide and narrow transitions at the same time.
Accuracy at Speed, Draw from Holster, Recoil Control
The classic draw and burn it down drill.
Turn and draw, clear array, reload, clear array.
Maintain visual patience engaging multiple targets at varying distances.
Grip, Natural Point of Aim / Index, Primary Hand Only, Support Hand Only
Perfect the ability to look at a target and instinctively get the sights on target without any correction needed.
Grip, Natural Point of Aim / Index
Reduce the most common un-diagnosed problem in shooters – excessive tension.
Natural Point of Aim / Index, Vision Speed
Improve target acquisition speed and natural index to shoot sooner.
Accuracy at Speed, Vision Speed
Know where your shots went without having to look at the target.
Draw from Holster
Practice clearing your hands while drawing your pistol.
Accuracy at Speed, Trigger Control
Instill a smooth trigger pull, even when pushing speed.
Improve transitions in both directions with varying distances.
Work on swinging the gun from one side to the complete opposite.
Improve throttle control on target transitions.
Improve transition speed for targets that are outside of your field of view.
Improve throttle control to engage targets at varying distances.
Push transitions faster so they sound like splits.
Primary Hand Only, Support Hand Only
A single drill to cover single handed shooting for both hands.
Draw from Holster, Grip
A quick and simple drill focused on drawing the gun from the holster.
Draw from Holster, Primary Hand Only
Be ready and able to draw a handgun one handed incase the support hand can’t assist.
Draw from Holster, Reload
Draw, two shots, reload, two shots – simple and straight forward.