We’ve decided to start a series of short Fundamental Gun Handling videos on YouTube, with the idea of pointing out some of the most-common errors we see (and their fixes!) with respect to the fundamentals of gun-handling.
We posted the first video today, and it is about the draw–specifically, how to make sure you aren’t using a fishing draw or a bowling draw. (Go to any range, and you’ll see numerous examples of both of these things. Makes any competent shooter cringe.)
As is probably obvious, I shot this really quickly when I had a free 30 minutes before teaching a class, my voice isn’t working properly, and obviously I had no script and was doing it off the top of my head. [sigh] Hopefully, it still makes sense–and most importantly, I hope that the FIX for bowling and fishing draws is clear.
It really is simple—snap your wrist up to point the gun at the target immediately after the gun leaves the holster. That’s it. So quit doing bowling draws or fishing draws!
More videos to come, with hopefully good content on fixing fundamental gun-handling skills.
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Thank you for this video, This is something that I can do practice dry-firing/
You are welcome. 🙂
Matter of fact, after we get through this series of videos, I might go back and make some more with commentary regarding dryfire practice of fundamentals (like the draw, trigger control, reloads, transitions, etc).
Next time you are at the range (one that allows draws) take a look at how many people perform bowling or fishing draws. It’s pretty scary. 😦
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