When working with a defensive handgun we often focus too much on speed, particularly when it comes time to conduct a reload.
Lift your head to take a look? Or stay on task and on target? See which John Haviland Prefers in today's tip.
Cast lead alloy and swaged lead bullets require a diameter about 0.001" greater than normal jacketed bullet diameter to shoot accurately and prevent cylinder throat and bore leading in revolvers.
How do you zero turrets at distance?
Defensive handgun shooters spend a lot of time practicing presenting their handgun to the target.
From the September 2004 archives of American Rifleman, learn the procedure for centering a riflescope's reticle.
Point shooting can be effective if practiced regularly.
Another trigger-pulling tip from John Haviland.