In this article, we’ll talk about starting with the absolute basics of practicing your draw stroke.
A three count action is involved with the concealed carry draw stroke.
Count 1 is the defeat, or clearing of the garment, away from the firearm.
Count 2 is the grip and draw of the firearm from the holster.
Count 3 is the joining of the hands and the presentation of the firearm on target.
Consistently practicing this initial 3-count procedure is critical when it comes to executing the actual “draw stroke” of your firearm.
Practice and training helps build confidence to correctly master your best skills. This could be the difference between life and death.
So far, you’ve been practicing at home. Keep in mind that performing on the range can add new challenges due to the live rounds in the chamber. In our next article we’ll be talking about the benefits of visiting the range and incorporating what you’ve practiced at home.
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