Monday, July 28, 2008

July 29th, 2008

Start position, standing behind barricade - touching barricade anywhere with both hands.
On signal, draw and engage targets with 2 rounds each, reload, re-engage targets with two rounds each.

Note: If you don't have a barricade - try using a doorway.
Scale down targets if needed.

35 reps.



2 comments:

Chris Conley said...

I used zebra targets on this drill and set them kinda out there. This is a good drill to teach you how to relax. Lot's of action and front sight focus. If I tried to push it really hard I felt alot of tension. Relaxing let me run the drill and everything was really fluid. I used a wider than normal stance so I could move my body around the barricade without having to move my feet. I also felt like if I didn't extend the gun all the way out I had more control.

Chris C.

Jake Di Vita said...

You may have had more control in dry fire, but I doubt you'd find the same in live fire.