Do you shoot to maximize your speed and accuracy? If you want to maximize your speed and accuracy you have to strive to get “acceptable hits” not “perfect center hits”.
The important element on acceptable accuracy zones is to know how much need to use your sights and how much you can rely on your natural point of aim. There are a few variables in the mix; distance to the target and size of the target. Log in to see rest…
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I’d like to thank everyone from the USCCA and Next Level Training for all they are doing in their efforts to teach all of us to live our lives safely. Peace be with you all and may God bless all of you and yours as well! Your Brother in Christ, Mark
really appreciate the training vidios
Thank you very much
Enjoy all the videos and information they teach. Very helpful and thought provoking. I use my Sirt regularly in many different situations. Love it. Trigger control has been helped the most it’s use. Thanks, Mike.
Gives me something to work on. Not a perfect shot, but good enough !
Excellent training tips. Thanks for sharing!
Excellent video for training and showing the ability to get better
Very informative video keep up the good work thanks
I appreciate any and all training videos.
The video was great. I shoot with both eyes open and look for the small spot and shoot.thanks for the tips.
Mike you do a great job. Very profession
A lot of good info thank’s
The video could have been summed up as the tradeoff between speed and accuracy. If you need to be more accurate, slow down until you get better. If your shots are too tight, speed up.
This was my first year of real training to become better at being a responsible gun carrying citizen. I bought your training pistol and followed the training up with practice at the range. I then joined IDPA and began competing to enhance those skills. I can tell you with confidence, I am a far better shooter than I was before, and I try to train 3 times a week minimum with your pistol. Thank you for all you do, it has enhanced my life.
Thank you for the videos they are very informative
Thank you for a fantastic training video. Very informative and full of great tips!