Shooting your firearms in rain, sleet, snow, or extreme heat presents many challenges. A professional marksman shares some preparation tips.
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New Year’s Day seems like a great time to see how one professional in the firearms field became a better shooter with Zen techniques and meditation. Here’s an excerpt from the e-book, Zen, Meditation & The Art of Shooting.
Shooting the box is an easy-to-understand drill to check how accurate your rifle scope tracks when making adjustments. Watch this video to see how it’s done.
Add a LaserLyte to your AR-15 and you have the perfect combination for practice and accurate shooting: it reduces costs and increases safety. A definite win-win. Check out the details in this article.
Being able to hit your target with your AR-15 is a big factor in your enjoyment of it. Here are some tips on sights, triggers, cant and hold that can improve your ability to shoot well.
Want free shotgun-shooting instruction? We’ve provided a link to a playlist of 25 YouTube videos featuring shotgun-shooting instructor Gil Ash, owner of OSP Shooting School — everything from how to carry a shotgun to how to break chandelles.
Adam Painchaud, director of the SIG SAUER Academy in New Hampshire, demonstrates with live fire how much your AR’s point of aim and its point of impact can vary at CQB distances. Watch this video to see more.
The most sickening sound in a gunfight, or even on the shooting line during a competition, is click! If you should ever find yourself in such a situation and your mind races before quickly coming up with the solution, I am sorry to tell you but it is too late. Now is the time to prevent a disaster with this simple drill.
Staying safe is the #1 priority when using a gun and keeping you and your family alive and well. Yes, taking the standard NRA beginner’s training is a start and continuing your training and practicing is the only way to truly make things safe for you and your family. Read this post to learn specific tools and techniques.
New shooters tend to ask me, “How badly is that gun going to kick?” Brand new female shooters in particular psyche themselves up for a gun to hurt them. Even more experienced shooters aren’t immune to flinching. However, flinching or anticipating the recoil affects accuracy. I have five simple tricks to help freeze the flinch and get you right on target in no time.