March 01, 2018 3 min read
When shooting handguns, it often feels like the shooter must have both hands on it in order to manage recoil effectively. But what would happen if that shooter was unable to use both hands? Learning to shoot one-handed, whether it is with the strong hand (right hand if the shooter is right-handed) or support hand (left hand if the shooter is right-handed) is a good skill to have in the toolbox.
So it makes sense to spend some time learning and practicing one-handed shooting to develop and improve your defensive skills. It just might give you an edge if you ever need to utilize your firearm in self-defense.