INFOGRAPHIC: 8 Surefire Steps to Help You Shoot Accurately

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8 Surefire Steps to Shoot Accurately

Practice makes perfect – so here’s an infographic with visual instructions on how to practice shooting effectively at the range and at home in 8 easy steps!

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Wesley

Setting a good foundation is important. A lot of improvement can be made just by mastering the basics like this. Even when you think you’re good and have them covered… never stop practicing them.

Matthew Collins
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This is absolutely correct. A lot of folks will try things outside their ability too early, or won’t spend enough time on the basics.

Cameron
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Cameron

#6 Needs to die a painful fiery death. This is how trigger jerk starts when speed is introduced.

Fred
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Fred

Jerry Miculek uses trigger reset, and I trust his views on shooting mechanics. What makes you say using the reset should die a fiery death?

Carrie
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Eric — what software or service did you use to create your awesome infographic? It’s so awesome to have a lady in the images! Thank you! Is there a way I can contact you via email?

Duncan
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Duncan

Step 4 shows thumb up on slide, if you fire with thumb in that position you could do a lot of damage to your hand (thumb), thumb should extend over the trigger guard so it is not in contact with slide.

Duncan
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Duncan

Excuse me, step 6 not 4…

Karen
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Karen

Love that you are showing women in your illustrations), thank you. My confidence continues to grow.