Looking to the collective for favorite drills for handgun training. My normal set includes:
I also usually pick something other than those at random from http://pistol-training.com/drills.
Any others that are recommended?
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The Bill Drill
"Make it a shooting, and not a gunfight" LSP552 02/19/2011
"There are only two reasons why a proven technique doesn't work under stress: the shooter isn't adequately trained in it's application, or he/she doesn't really believe it will work because he/she is programmed for failure to begin with." BG
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1-5 is a good drill. I've done it before but completely forgot about it. Thanks!
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with the Weather.
dry fire in my house for a few thousand reps.
But then of course I might be a 13 year old girl who reads alot of gun magazines, so feel free to disregard anything I post.
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Dot torture drill
Getting shot is no achievement. Hitting your enemy is.
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Dry firing drill I often do is the Wall Drill. Excellent drill for trigger control.....
Muzzle a inch away from the wall, focus on the front sight, pull the trigger, sights shouldn't move. I'll also start from high ready punch out against the wall, pull trigger... Draw against the wall... Add a shot timer to the drill. On the wall, beep, pull trigger as fast as I can w/o moving the sights...
Took a tactical pistol class this past Fall and the one drill that I picked up there is a version of the FAST drill. It is slightly modified to be:
Start with a two round gun (holstered) and a silhouette target at 5-7 yards.
Draw and fire Two rounds into center of mass.
Perform slidelock reload.
One round center of mass.
Two rounds to the head.
Recently tried the 1-2-R-3 drill at 5-7 yards.
Printed off a home-made version of the target.
Will start training with that drill more often.
As well as the 3-Two-1 drill (which uses the same target).
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