Concealed Carry Hand Guns - - EXPERT’S CORNER -

01 TAKE A FIREARMS TRAIN­ING COURSE TAUGHT BY PRO­FES­SION­ALS. These reap last­ing ben­e­fits as you’ll be able to in­cor­po­rate the things you’ve learned in your reg­u­lar prac­tice ses­sions when you get back.

02 ENTER A COM­PE­TI­TION. Not all com­pe­ti­tions repli­cate what you’ll face or how you should han­dle a real-world sit­u­a­tion. But putting on a lit­tle pres­sure from the timer and the friendly com­pe­ti­tion will push you to be­come bet­ter, faster.

03 BUY A .22 HAND­GUN. You can still shoot more for less money with a .22 and you can con­cen­trate on other fun­da­men­tals while not hav­ing to ad­dress the whole re­coil is­sue. You could even go through some of the same drills twice—once with the .22 and a sec­ond time with your cen­ter­fire carry gun.

04 RE­MEM­BER TO HAVE FUN. Once you’ve put 50 rounds through your gun in train­ing, you don’t nec­es­sar­ily have to go home. Try your luck with some in­ter­ac­tive tar­gets: soup cans, rub­ber balls, bowl­ing pins, steel plates for some in­for­mal plink­ing fun.

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