Since I am limited to static, square ranges most of the time for training, I am always on the look out for great drills that can be used on a static range.
Today’s post from Greg Ellifritz over at Active Response Training certainly fits that bill.
Click the link below to head over to his blog to read more about the Rangemaster Bullseye Course. It’s worth the time.
I like shooting drills that are timed and scored. Shooting drills that have standards allow shooters to track performance over time. A structured training program with performance tracking is the difference between training and “plinking.”
I generally start out each of my handgun range sessions with a standard drill. That gives me a “status check,” letting me know where my skills actually are and what I need to improve upon. For the last year or so, I’ve been using the Humbler Course as my starting drill every shooting session. I like the drill, but it is pretty time consuming.