Training Tip Tuesday
today 1, April 2020
Also, remember every time you do the exercise you are holding the gun as you would normally, you are looking at the sights and your stance will be dependent of the match you are training for. The circle can be replaced for another shape if that suits your discipline better, but the circle is again a means of measuring your holding improvement-as you need to measure improvement to know it’s working for you. At the moment we are focusing on improving your hold without anything disturbing the sights…no trigger and no live fire and keeping your sight picture inside the circle.
Enjoy and see you next Tuesday to see how you are going.
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