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#7124260 - 03/27/18 05:59 AM Good handgun drill even if you don' t have a Shield
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#7124891 - 03/27/18 02:40 PM Re: Good handgun drill even if you don' t have a Shield [Re: mikei]
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That is a good drill. Personally, every time I go to the lease I try to practice with a quick draw from my CC holster and double tap to a target at various distances. I have also tried to incorporate turning, from hands raised position, sidestepping, etc, just to gain practice and comfort.

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