Getting started in competition shooting, with Amy Jane

Practice Drills with Rob Leatham

Grip and Technique with Jerry Miculek

Poper Magazine Changes with Max Michel 

Target transitions with Max Michel 

dry fire drills for uspsa idpa

Dry-Fire Drills From Ben Stoeger LINK

dry fire drills for practice shooting uspsa idpa

LtCol Jeff Coopers 4 Rules of Gun Safety

RULES OF GUN SAFETY

 

  1. ALL GUNS ARE ALWAYS LOADED.
     

  2.  NEVER LET THE MUZZLE COVER ANYTHING YOU ARE NOT PREPARED TO DESTROY.
     

  3. KEEP YOUR FINGER OFF THE TRIGGER TIL YOUR SIGHTS ARE ON THE TARGET.
     

  4.  BE SURE OF YOUR TARGET.

 

The 4 stages to a trigger pull…

 

  1. Take up/slack – The movement of the trigger with little or no weight before there is any movement of the sear. This is longer on many new polymer pistols because of the trigger face safeties.
     

  2. Break – The movement and increase in weight associated pressing the trigger with enough force to release the sear and fire the gun.
     

  3. Over Travel – The movement of the trigger moves towards the rear after the shot is fired.
     

  4. Reset – The forward movement of the trigger required before the trigger can be pressed to the rear again and fire another shot

correct Front sight picture
correct finger placement on trigger

Glock dry firing trick

1 :  Make sure gun is clear and safe

2:  Place a small piece of cardboard, or i used an old credit card, inbetweern the barrel and the breach face.  Right where the firing pin strikes the primer.

3: Make sure you have the piece far enough down so you can get a proper sight picture.

4: Done, now dry fire.

Here is a link to a video

Glock dry firing trick
Glock dry firing trick

Moving Video Targets for DRYFIRE drills