Budgets are tight, ammo is expensive, and time is more valuable than ever. Sometimes when you get to the range, you don’t want to burn 200 or 300 rounds of your precious centerfire ammo on a long, drawn out practice session. Tiger McKee offers tips for a 50 round practice session at the range:
When I get to the range I unload my weapon and practice dry, presenting my weapon from the holster and getting that one perfect trigger press. Then I’ll do the same thing while stepping left, right, or to the rear. Once I’m feeling pretty good about that I’ll start with live fire, repeating the same drills, and only shooting fifteen rounds.
It’s very good advice on how to get the most training benefit out of the least amount of ammo necessary. It’s especially ideal for shooters looking to function test a new hollow point or defensive load with their firearm, as it involves all the major firearms function drills.