How to Get the Most From Your Range Training
by Sheriff Jim Wilson
A better use of range time might be to pick one particular defensive skill—flash sight picture, pistol presentation, sight recovery and follow-up shots, failure drill—and work on it for about 20 minutes. During this time, avoid any visiting or other social activity, just concentrate and shoot. Then take a break, go sit in the shade, get some water, think about what you’ve done. When rested up, work on the same skill again, or another related one. Again, about 20 minutes of concentration and focus is enough.