These drills make up the firearm-based martial art known as Combat Shooting. We gathered three of the most famous Jeff Cooper drills for you!
Can't you just watch YouTube videos and practice at the range? Do you really get anything out of organized shooting classes? Here's what Hilton Yam has to say about it.
This ASP Red Gun has a working mag release and two inert mags to help you train for your regular M17 in a safe, more realistic manner.
Did you know there is a way to turbo-charge your shooting skills while using less ammunition? Stress shooting. Yes, it’s that simple. You practice stress shooting.
The Force Center is a premier training facility in the southeastern United States. The open house will be a chance to see their capabilities.
Shoot house (or Range House, or Live Fire House) classes absolutely have a place in a good training regimen. It's more than tactical LARPing (though it does make you look kewl).
Looking for an inexpensive way to pass time on the range? Grab your 10/22 and go. And check out this deal from Champion: two mags, a spinner, and a cleaning kit.
If you want to increase speed and precision, you should start with recoil management. It isn't easy, but Joe Weyer has some tips.
Live-fire training is fun. Dry-fire dills, though, can be a bit... dry. Now there's an app for your phone that makes training easy and it can work with almost any gun.
Many gun owners never train. Ever. Others only put in serious effort when they are on the range. There are other options, and some of the latest technological gadgets make training safe and easy.