Absolutely--some of us only know the way you described.I preach similar to the guys.
Anyone can shoot fast, however shooting fast and accurately begins at “accurately”.
While apparently irrelevant now, the 50 yd. Standards in a match was what separated “the men from the boys”.
“Aim small, miss small”
great article and post.Well Well Well------Accuracy Accuracy Accuracy! Like what that guy said. LOL does not matter how fast you are because Spray and Pray will not get you there.
From his Article words to remember LOL. Some of us have been doing this all our lives. Shoot Small...
"I cannot overemphasize the importance of working on accuracy. Shooting bullseye drills allows us to slow down and perform the perfect repetition. It also allows us to be introspective and exercise some constructive criticism."
We have received different LE training.Seems like a constant tension nowadays in police training. In the Olden Days I was trained that via tactics and positioning we try to make the potential bad guy make his move some distance away where we have the advantage in shooting accuracy and by shooting from cover, but nowadays it seems like the training is to blunder into the kill zone with no cover into a face to face shootout where the first shot off (usually the bad guy's) and the largest volume of "spray" wins. Illustrates the ancient rule that mankind often retrogresses in knowledge rather than progressing. Or maybe it is just agency-specific, I don't know.
thanks a lotFor targets to work on accuracy, an easy and cheap way to go is to use the printable targets on the Tactical Performance Center web site, which you can just print yourself on 8.5 x 11 paper.