P320 Training Tips: Low Round Count Pistol Drill with Lena MiculekJul 07, 2023
Hey guys, I'm Lena Mitchell ik pro shooter for the Sig Sauer team and today I'm going to show you my favorite low round
drillis going to be three really easy rounds and it's supposed to be three rounds. It's really up to you, but with a three-round drill, I've got a paper target here at two yards and then I've got a steel at 25, so what this is really working on is finding that gas pedal and that gas pedal. brake, etc. close target I want you to really push, push that first shot, push that second shot, push transition to that far target and then guess what, you find that brake real quick and hit it because now you have a much farther and much more accurate shot .
So this will actually work, it's something everyone struggles with, especially beginners, so let's try it. What you want to focus on in this drill is setting up the more difficult target of the two, so obviously that far target is 25 yards. That's the target I'll choose to place my body on and then I'll just rotate my knees to face my first target, so once I've fired my first two shots, I can rotate on my knees toward that target. By far one, the second thing and probably the most important thing is your trigger when you're making that big transition that you have, you just finished pulling that trigger.
I mean, we're at point blank range, we're trying hard, they're not going to do it. We will be the best trigger pullers, but because of that distance we will still have good shots, but when we get that far, this is where the exercise shows our weakness. We need to really prepare the trigger between the targets so that as soon as our sight gets there, we're not going to slap it. We will have if it is a two pound trigger. I'll have a pound and a half of pressure already applied when I get there, so right when my sights get close. the target breaks, that last little shot makes those transition speeds quick and effective, so next time you go out into the field, give it a try, remember the stance, use that time between your targets and really push yourself.
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