Firing a handgun quickly and accurately is about more than shooting rounds at the range.
If you’re ever in a situation where you have to pull your handgun in self-defense, you need to quickly clear your holster, shoot accurately and quite possibly do so for multiple shots.
The good news is there are a few simple things you can do to rapidly improve all these factors.
One thing few shooters think about is the strength in their lower arm, wrist and fingers that is needed for accurate and repeated squeezes of the trigger.
First, you can’t shoot accurately without a stable platform.
If your grip and fingers aren’t strong enough, you’ll be less accurate and tire after firing a few rounds. The stronger your wrist, fingers and grip, the more accurate your shots over time.
Proper handgun strength training isn’t complicated.
3 Simple Things You Need To Do To Quickly Improve Your Shooting Speed And Accuracy
Even When Rapidly Firing Multiple Shots
1. Wrist Strength
Strengthening the wrist is pretty straightforward. There are a few simple weight training exercises that will help build up your wrist and forearm strength. These include reverse curls and dumbbell hammer curls.
A stronger wrist will make it easier to provide a stable shooting platform when firing your handgun, as well as work with your strengthened grip to help control the recoil. Control your recoil and you’ll better control your next shot.
2. Grip Strength
Grip (finger) strength aids you in holding the gun properly so you can shoot accurately and faster.
With increased grip strength you’ll quickly be able to better control the recoil as well, which will allow you to fire faster and still be accurate.
And if someone ever got their hands on your gun, your improved grip strength will help you hold onto it.
The good news is you can improve your overall grip strength with a hand gripper.
3. Finger Dexterity
With improved finger dexterity, you’ll be able to draw your handgun faster.
Seconds count when you’re clearing your holster.
Dexterity training is a little trickier than grip or wrist strength. It requires a different type of training.
But I now have a patent on a brand new “gun training tool” that I think is going to take the shooting world by storm. It will help improve your finger dexterity, resulting in a quicker draw, while increasing the speed and accuracy of ever shot you take.
The training device itself is about 2,000 years old, but I developed an even BETTER version of it that helps gun-owners shoot faster… more accurately… AND even help master other gun-handling skills (like reloading and clearing jams).
Best of all, not only does it develop your skills super fast… but it’s so FUN to “play” with that it’s really hard to put down!
Check them out yourself and I think you’ll find this to be the most addictive “gun training” you’ve ever tried.