TIER 1 CONCEALED SHOOTING DRILLS
THE THREE SEVENS DRILL
The instructions for this drill are on the target. We recommend focusing on accuracy before adding the element of time restriction. This is a pass or fail drill that focuses on speed, accuracy, transitions, and throttle control.
Make sure to tag us and use hashtag #THREESEVENSDRILL when posting your attempts to social media. Those who successfully complete the drill and have their video submission approved will receive a numbered challenge coin!.... Train hard, and good luck!!
Click HERE to download target. *BE SURE ORIENTATION IS CORRECT BEFORE PRINTING. TARGET SHOULD PRINT IN LANDSCAPE ORIENTATION*
T1C COLD START DRILL
The instructions for this drill are on the target. This drill is intended to be shot "cold" meaning, first rounds down range without any warmup. This is a pass or fail drill, focusing on "on demand" performance, accuracy, shooting while moving, single handed shooting, and reloading.
Make sure to tag us in your attempts on social media using the hashtag #T1CCOLDSTART.
Click HERE to download target. *BE SURE ORIENTATION IS CORRECT BEFORE PRINTING. TARGET SHOULD PRINT IN PORTRAIT ORIENTATION*
DOT AQUISITION AND TRACKING PRACTICE TARGET
You can also watch our video on utilizing this target. HERE
The top row of 2" circles can be used to practice the "80/20 rule". (Draw from the holster quickly and slow down for the last 20% as you acquire the dot and focus it on the target and send one round accurately in the circle. Repeat and gradually try to increase speed to a 90/10 ratio and even a 95/5.) The second row of 2" circles can be used to practice tracking the dot through strings of fire. This will let you know if you need to work more on grip, recoil management, and cadence. Start slow and make sure you can keep all the shots inside the circle, then move to the next circle and pick up the cadence a little bit, keep tracking the dot and be accurate. Increase the speed and cadence until you notice you can't keep your rounds in the circle. The bottom 2 rectangles (3"x5") can be used to "put it all together." From the draw, fire anywhere from 3-6 rounds accurately within the rectangle, keeping in mind all that we've worked on up to this point such as the "80/20 rule," seeing the dot drop in from 12 o'clock, cadence, etc. If successful, try to increase speed and cadence in the second rectangle. Keep in mind these are just suggestions and things that we have found to help us, personally. None of this is new or original, simply just points that we have learned from instructors like Donovan Moore, Scott Jedlinski, Ernest Langdon, and others!