At the start of 2016, I posted an article about practicing every day including a Dryfire Report you could print out, plus a link to a video about Drill Zero. Drill Zero is a short dryfire exercise that is easy to do every day that takes little equipment, little room, and gives you practice at several fundamentals that are central to shooting well.
The problem with any one particular drill, of course, is the fact that it simply can’t help you practice THAT many skills all at once. While Drill Zero can help you with some of the skills that are incredibly important, it is still a good idea to get some additional practice in—but sometimes you still just don’t have much time. Continue reading
Caleb over at Gun Nuts Media has an excellent post up about 5 Gun Nuts New Year’s Resolutions. It is good stuff, so you should go there and read it.
One of the resolutions he suggests for us gun nuts is “practice at least once a week.” He makes the cogent point that while many competition shooters will laugh at this because they practice a lot more than merely once a week, most people don’t. I’m actually surprised when I hear an average gun owner say that they practice more than once a month—actually practice, not merely go plinking for fun. Most people simply don’t practice at all, though they might call going to the range a couple times a year to plink at tin cans and clays on the berm “practicing.” (Fun, yes; practice, no.)
Here’s something that can help you actually practice: Drill Zero Continue reading