Rob Pincus shows how to find the middle ground between firing a defensive firearm for speed and firing for precision. There is a strong correlation between your belief that you can hit a target at quick speed and your ability to actually do so. You should learn this correlation, as it is important to practice your ability to shoot quickly – while not rushing the shot – and accurately enough to be lethal without focusing on too small of a region. This video presents a couple of exercises that you can use to practice finding this balance of speed and precision.
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