Learn to Shoot
Learning to shoot is an important skill to acquire.
There are (6) Fundamentals of Handgun Shooting and they are all equally import. The goal should always be to shoot to stop the threat. So let’s examine them one at a time.
3. Sight Alignment
4. Sight Picture
5. Trigger Control
6. Follow Through
1. Stance-The Stance is the base for the shooting platform.
2. Grip-A proper grip aids in controlling recoil and muzzle flip
3. Sight Alignment-Sight alignment is the relationship between the shooter’s eye, the rear sight aperture, and the
4. Sight Picture-Sight picture is the placement of the sights on the target while maintaining proper sight
5. Trigger Control-Trigger Control in either double-action or single action, it is defined as steady pressure
exerted on the trigger straight to the rear to release the hammer or sticker and fire the weapon.
6. Follow Through-Follow Through prevents any unnecessary movement before the bullet exits the barrel.
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