Hey that is, really, a very good reply!Good question. In firearms training there is a natural progression from the basics to the advanced, which I list as follows:
1. Safety - Before speed or accuracy there must be safety. You'd be surprised at the dangerous/unsafe things untrained shooters do every day at the range or in the woods. When there is a shooting accident all shooters suffer as the anti-gun nuts try and place more restrictions on those of us who use firearms safely.
2. Accuracy - If you can't hit what you are aiming at there is no use owning or using a firearm. One needs to train how to hit one or more targets multiple times from different shooting positions, preferably with some low light shooting thrown in as well since many defensive shootings occur during periods of low-lighting.
3. Speed will come naturally as you build up muscle memory. Training with someone else who is proficient or training at one of the many fine training schools is a great way to realize your full potential for both accuracy and speed.
I hope this helps.
NOT if you want to make the guy dance!One well placed shot will do a hell of a lot more than 10 really fast shots.
FWIW, I would say that there is some significant information missing from that statement....Originally Posted by matt g:
One well placed shot will do a hell of a lot more than 10 really fast shots.
Well, yes, as a matter of fact there are. However, such practice drills tend to make the other bus riders really really nervous.Are there any hand eye exercises one can do to improve accuracy, say, when you're waiting for a bus, or even sitting on a bus?