If you want to improve your shooting, the first step is to analyze what you are really trying to accomplish and establish some realistic goals. Most shooters are not trying to become the next Jerry Mikulek or a USPSA World Champion, so try and set realistic achievable goals for you. Regardless of your goals, I would recommend a proper course of instruction or a shooting coach. Practicing bad technique is probably the worst thing you can do!
The basic or “day one” course is the standard by which I judge all formal schools. Typically I learn something new or maybe just knock the rust off. If I see something I like, I may return for other training, but if they can’t do the basics well, they are wasting my time. The down side risk is taking time off work, spending the money, and subsequently attending a poor school. Yes you’ll … Read more »Continue