Making the choice to carry a gun involves many smaller decisions. Which gun? Which holster? Open or concealed? Although a tremendous amount of thought goes into gear, many individuals who choose to carry a gun fail to put the same amount of thought into their training. After some basic instruction, a new gun owner will need to practice at regular intervals to stay proficient.
Here, we’ve compiled a basic five-phase practice routine that will keep your defensive-shooting skills fresh.
1. The Draw
It seems obvious, but even shooters who fire their carry pistol regularly seldom do so from the holster.