Are you learning from watching yourself shoot? Do you keep tabs on how you're doing when you compete? Rick and Larry have been shooting for more than a decade and they discuss how they keep track of their individual performances in competition.
You can download the excel spreadsheets that Larry spoke of here : http://www.powerfactorshow.com/files/larryperftemplates.zip
If you don't have EXCEL or prefer to use this on Google Docs, you can get to the spreadsheet here : https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Am4pDqLltXKfdGgybTRFQ0lpZEFZd19oeEo1b2wtZHc
(Thanks to JohnM for converting it to Google Docs)
Rick and Caleb have been shooting IDPA for a number of years, Rick is one of the rare individuals that have the privilege of providing official instruction to new Safety Officers. This week they talk about the process and motivations behind wanting to become an IDPA Safety Officer (or SO).
Ever since the show started, Steve, Rick and Caleb have been talking about how training is essential to improving ones skill. This week, they discuss what the benefits are to seeking professional training, either for self defense, for competition or just for fun. What was your experience?
Everyone knows that the price of ammo has soared to an all time high and it's getting a lot more expensive to train using live ammo. One great way for practicing live fire on the cheap, is with .22 rimfire ammo. This week, Steve and Rick discuss options and benefits of training using .22 conversions.
Dry fire is an essential practice technique that will enhance your shooting ability very quickly. It allows you to practice trigger control, sight alignment, transitions and movements without having to spend time on the range. It is also, a very cost effective way to get better at your shooting sport.