Handgun Shooting Practice


Shooting is a perishable skill - if you don't use it, you WILL lose it. Regular practice using proven techniques will significantly improve your performance and consistency on the range. There are a variety of drills and techniques that can help you take your shooting to the next level of excellence. Regardless of the type of shooting or competition you participate in, regular sessions of safe live and dry-fire techniques can propel you to the top of your game.


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Easing The Confusion for First Time Gun Buyers Easing The Confusion for First Time Gun Buyers

I have a few articles over at ammoman.com that could come in really handy for people new to gun ownership and gun culture, especially if you shoot on an indoor range. What to look for in a rental gun at your local range. How to choose a target at an indoor range. Learn the rules of range etiquette Share this:FacebookPinterestRedditTwitterNo tags for this post. Read More →

Welcome, NSSF, To The Teamgunblogger Lifestyle. Welcome, NSSF, To The Teamgunblogger Lifestyle.

This website, seven years ago: We are committed to getting the millions of new gun owners out to the range and encouraging their safe use of guns in competition, training and practice. The NSSF, last month: One trip to the range can be all it takes to create a new recreational shooter. With your help, we can recruit the next generation of target shooters and secure a strong future for one of the greatest American traditions. Join the +ONE Movement and invite a friend on your next trip to the range. Gun... [Read the rest of this article]

A Beginner’s Guide to USPSA Stage Strategy. A Beginner’s Guide to USPSA Stage Strategy.

I get frustrated sometimes with the lousy advice given to beginners in practical shooting who want to learn how to optimize their movement during a stage. We dole out lots and lots of advice over holsters and optimal powder charges for 9mm Major, but very little over “Here’s how you shoot a stage.” So I wrote something to use as a starting point for stage strategy for newcomers to Production Division, over at the Beretta Blog.   Share this:FacebookPinterestRedditTwitterNo... [Read the rest of this article]

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Easing The Confusion for First Time Gun Buyers Easing The Confusion for First Time Gun Buyers

I have a few articles over at ammoman.com that could come in really handy for people new to gun ownership and gun culture, especially if you shoot on an... 

Blog Launch Day! Blog Launch Day!

No, not this blog. This blog launched quite awhile ago. Rather, we’re talking about The School Of Guns, the new blog at Ammoman, written by a Teamgunblogger... 

Welcome, NSSF, To The Teamgunblogger Lifestyle. Welcome, NSSF, To The Teamgunblogger Lifestyle.

This website, seven years ago: We are committed to getting the millions of new gun owners out to the range and encouraging their safe use of guns in competition,... 

A Beginner’s Guide to USPSA Stage Strategy. A Beginner’s Guide to USPSA Stage Strategy.

I get frustrated sometimes with the lousy advice given to beginners in practical shooting who want to learn how to optimize their movement during a stage.... 

Upcoming Training: Warrior Club At Training Grounds. Upcoming Training: Warrior Club At Training Grounds.

This will be a bit different for me. In the past, I’ve written about how quasi-military training is NOT what we armed citizens really need to learn,... 

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Top Ten Reasons To Shoot Practical Pistol Top Ten Reasons To Shoot Practical Pistol

It’s fun. Really, really REALLY fun It helps familiarize yourself with your pistol of choice It improves your accuracy under stressful conditions You meet... 

Improving your score on the IDPA Classifier Improving your score on the IDPA Classifier

We’ve talked about what the IDPA Classifier is, now let’s talk about how to shoot it well.  This is my scoresheet from the last Classifier I shot.... 

Shooting the IDPA Classifier Shooting the IDPA Classifier

IDPA is a fast-growing shooting sport that is more focused on “defensive” situations than other shooting sports such as USPSA. People competing in IDPA... 

Gearing up for an IDPA competition Gearing up for an IDPA competition

We’re big fans of competition as a means of testing yourself and your gear in something that’s more stressful than just punching holes in paper on a... 

How To Improve Your Shooting Without Firing A Shot How To Improve Your Shooting Without Firing A Shot

It’s the difference between winning trophies and finishing at the bottom of the match results.  It’s also a critical part of being able to successfully... 

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