The Four Draws Part I: The Default Draw

I have previously written articles, on this blog and elsewhere, telling concealed carriers that they should be practicing “all four” draw strokes.  You can read that article on this blog here.  The four primary draw strokes are: The Default DrawThe Single-Handed DrawThe Support-Hand Only DrawThe Surreptitious Draw In this series of articles I wish to... Continue Reading →

Using a Timer in Dry Fire

A shot timer, as we commonly think of it, records the elapsed times from the start beep to the fired shots.  Therefore, most don’t consider its use outside of the range in which we are firing live ammunition.  However, a shot timer is also exceedingly useful for dry fire as well. By means of a... Continue Reading →

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