In the video below, self-proclaimed actor, filmmaker and firearms trainer Robert Arrizon (above) practices his shooting skills in the desert. One thing I noticed: he doesn’t move and shoot. Whenver I’m shooting outside a square range. I’m practicing drawing, moving and shooting. Left to right, right to left, moving backwards, moving forwards. And then do it all again, reloading on the move. Handgun-wise, at a square range (sigh) I start by . . .
loading a single round and shooting slow fire at a target three yards away. When I’m confident I remember how to fire a gun, I’ll load up more rounds and try to shoot them all through a single hole. Then I’ll move the target back to combat distance (seven yards) and continue to slow fire with a full mag. And then I’ll rapid fire a random number bullets. And then a mag dump. And then Mozambique (two the chest rapid fire, one to the head slower fire).
What’s your training routine, handgun and/or rifle, indoors or out?