Last Three Targets One Handed
Strengthen one handed shooting by blending two handed and one handed shooting into the same drill.
This is a trick pulled from USPSA as they can design stages that require the last three targets to be shot one handed. Bringing this into training allows us to practice one handed (primary or support) shooting in a way that softens the blow of the “less fun” nature often associated with one handed shooting. Sprinkling in one handed shooting every training session helps take what is often perceived as a drudgery and turns the shooting skill into a strength.
Simply take any multi target shooting drill and engage the last one, two, or three targets with the primary hand only. Re-run the drill but engage those same target(s) with the support hand only.