Friday, July 24, 2015

Safe Gun Handling

Safe gun handling is best practiced on the range.  Keep your finger off the trigger until your sights are aligned with the target can be easily practiced on the range.  Do it dozens, hundreds, thousands of times.

Perform this task perfectly every time.  Even if you have to do it very slowly.  Your speed with come as you do it more and more.  Over time your perfect practice will become fast practice.  Don't go so quickly that you make mistakes.

It's more important to be smooth rather than fast.  Doing the movements smoothly will bring speed.  Once you learn your duty handgun, then practice on your patrol rifle, your off duty gun, and your patrol shotgun; that's what the SGT Says.

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