Mike Hughes of Next Level Training demonstrates drawing from the holster or appendix carry. Instead of using a lot of power from the hips and core, he leads with the fingertips, minimizing unnecessary movement from the shoulders and neck and employing a relaxed, natural method of drawing. The draw should be practiced static, with movement, with the body in different positions, and the hands in different orientations. Mike then covers how to do a fast dry fire presentation and an efficient reload.
See other videos in our Dryfire Training Drills training module:
- Part 1. Separating Live Fire and Dry Fire Training for Safety
- Part 2. Dry Fire Training Drills Off the Range
- Part 4. Acceleration and Deceleration Drills During Dry Fire Practice
- Part 5. Improvised Laser Training