Is there a favorite drill that works better on steel than paper? Any particular shape that helps?
I was doing some draw and one shot drills on a 10” plate at 12 yards and that worked ok. I wonder if the 10” is too big. I don’t want to build bad habits. I see Shoot Steel offers an A zone sized steel target and I’m thinking I’ll get a couple of those.
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We do this same 1 shot thing at 10 yds or so 8 & 10" plates. A A-zone shaped piece of steel works nicely, or the 33% silhouette steel at 15 yds. I also cut the A-zone out of the USPSA target, start at seven yds with 2 shots, move back until I suck, then start over. For me it's about reducing draw times, indexing the dot, and throwing in a mag change in the shoot 1, reload, shoot one. Mix it up, shoot 100 rnds, and move on to something else.
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