A Testimonial By Army Veteran Jacob Harrod
Most of my readers and team members are hard working Americans having a 9 to 5 job and sustaining a family so the most appropriate time for range training is during the weekends but there are lots of other training techniques that you can use to get better at shooting that are very cheap and you can do at home.
These training methods, not only that they will greatly improve your shooting abilities but there are also certain things that you can experiment and try by using them that you couldn't normally do with a real gun or at a normal shooting range. Roll up your sleeves, click play on the video below and see what I'm talking about.
These are my top 5 favorite tools that I use and recommend to anyone who would want to get better at shooting. There are many other tools that you can use and if you've been hanging around my website you most probably know about them by now.
If you are new I recommend you stick around and check out my other post to learn about other tools and hopefully implement them. Action is what moves the needle after all. Also be sure to check out my other 5 in under 5 FAQ videos. I'm absolutely positive that they will help you!