Ben Stoeger Explains the Bill DrillJul 08, 2023
So that's why I like the building exercise. It's a good test as you understand how to draw, you understand how to shoot aggressively and grip the gun correctly. Well, now you have to do both things together. Hi, I'm Ben and I'm here today. Explain the construction
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drillis quite simple. Test: You take a USPS, you take a target, you put it at seven yards, you draw, you hit that target with six rounds and you get six A's in under two seconds, it's not that complicated now, before we get too far into this.
I must tell you that this is a very old exercise and has gone through many revisions over the years. This surely predates me and there are tons of variations and everyone has a different take. I'll just tell you how I used to do it. building drill and what it means to me and to me that's what six shots in two seconds is, seven yard target, that's the classic building drill now, the reason I like this drill so much is that essentially There are two parts, okay, there's a shooting part and a gun handling part okay, so let's talk about the shooting part of this.
This is the weapon I'm using in the video. A Glock 17 is a fairly simple weapon. It hasn't been, you know, it hasn't been rushed out or anything like that. It's just a simple weapon. a shooting perspective pretty much anything else, I'd say a grown man, sure most women grip this gun correctly and will be able to aim at the center of a USPSA target at 7 yards and as fast as they can pull the trigger . They should be able to fire assists at that target, now the grip has to be correct. It may take a little training to achieve, but what I've seen especially in many classes and many competitions is pretty much anyone's. are able to do once they have the right grip, and that's actually what I have people do in classes, other than quickly drawing the gun or whatever, they just work on grabbing the gun in their own time and then shooting. aggressively and understanding and how the gun moves inside your hands and how to hold it and how to control it, so I'm saying you're just working on that grip and isolation piece, there's usually a gun handling part of this as well, so Aggressively drawing the gun and gripping it takes some training, so what you'll see, of course, if you're practicing shooting for a while, you'll see people really wrap themselves around the shaft with what may be their draw time.
You'll see a lot of draws and one-shots and you'll just try to cut the time down as much as possible. Many people do that. I have done some examples for you here and what you will find doing that type of training, whether it is dry fire training at home or going to the range and drawing and shooting a single shot, you can draw and you can hit the target and if Your grips ruined you, you really won't care. You're not really going to be punished, you're just firing one shot so you know what it doesn't matter if the guns are in your hand and that round is going where you wanted it to go and then the timer says something interesting.
I'll say, "Hey, cool, I was so fast it was unbelievable, however, when you're doing a buildup drill, you have to properly draw and grip the gun because you're going to fire six shots, not just one, so that changes." Things dramatically what you will find is that you need to have aggressive and precise handling of the gun, you need to get the gun out of the holster and the grip needs to be correct and if so, you can fire those six rounds in zone a. as fast as you can pull the trigger if it takes too long if you're drawing the gun and it takes you know you're fishing trying to find the grip on the gun, then once you get the grip you can shoot as aggressively as you need to, but because at the time you lost in the draw, you can reach the two second time limit, so that's why I like the building exercise, it's a good test, because you understand how to draw, you understand how to shoot aggressively. and grip the weapon correctly, well now you have to do both of those things together and that's what makes it so good and such a good tool for your development anyway, that's the building exercise, if you have any questions or any other whatever you want. as they explained it to you, put it below, we will take the best comments and turn them into their own videos, thanks for watching.
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