Limp Wristing can cause you to be inaccurate and in some cases, it can even cause your gun to malfunction. What exactly is limp wristing and how can you overcome it? Read More
While you can't eliminate recoil, there are some simple things you can do to help manage it. Here are some simple tips that will help you control recoil. Read More
When you first learn to shoot, you may have some trouble getting your sights lined up correctly. It may not be inexperience - it might be your eye dominance. Read More
Safety is a full-time endeavor when it comes to firearms, and the four rules of gun safety need to be followed every time you handle a firearm. Following these rules will ensure that there will be no accidents. Read More
While it may sound easy to do, “finger discipline” may be one of the more difficult safety rules to make a habit. Read these tips on how you can make sure your finger is always where it's supposed to be. Read More
When it comes to learning how to aim your handgun at your intended target, you will hear the terms sight alignment and sight picture. But what are they exactly? Read more to find out! Read More
A good grip helps you shoot accurately, while a poor one can prevent accuracy even if you are doing everything else right. Read More
“Stance” is the word shooters use to refer to body position while shooting. There are literally dozens of minor variations for each of the common handgun shooting stances. This is because every body on the planet is different from every other body. What works well for you may not work quite as well for the person standing next to you.
Which Is Your Dominant Eye?
Just as you have a dominant hand, you also have a dominant eye. You need to aim with the dominant—or master—eye for the most accurate shooting. Usually your dominant eye is the same as your dominant hand, but not always.
Racking the slide is not about strength. It is all about technique. Read More