Most of Jeff's discussion in these videos has been about handguns and how to integrate one into your Daily Defense plan.
With a self-defense gun, "accuracy" does not refer to the firearm's absolute potential accuracy under ideal shooting conditions, but rather how accurately YOU can shoot it in the real world.
There's a specific sequence of required steps in firing a gun efficiently.
Jeff explains reloads and what to do if you pull the trigger... and nothing happens.
Jeff has covered the proper way to grip a pistol, line up its sights with the target, and squeeze the trigger. Another element of "pistol manipulation" is the magazine change.
"Trigger management" is moving the trigger to the rear to fire the gun while causing minimal movement of the sights.
Critical to using your pistol's sights correctly, so you can hit targets, is sight alignment - the process of lining up the front and rear sights.
Shooting a pistol successfully starts with maintaining a proper grip on it at all times.
After learning the basic open-carry draw stroke in our last episode, it's time to move on to the basic draw from concealment.
A good way to learn the basics of drawing a gun from a holster is to start practicing with an "open carry" outside-the-waistband (OWB), strong-side holster. Jeff breaks down the draw stroke into discrete steps.
In Episode 2-4, Jeff discussed the benefits of strongside carry of your EDC gun. You can do that with the holster outside the waistband (OWB) or inside the waistband (IWB) of your pants.
It's not just for Crockett and Tubbs in "Miami Vice"! A shoulder holster is a legitimate method of daily concealed carry.
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