A few tips on training for shooting sports
I have a list of guns I would love to own, but the odds are against me getting my hands on a 1911.
The Glock 19 is a great firearm for indoor shooting.
It’s the cheapest and most reliable, and the Glock 17 is the best in its class.
I have no desire to upgrade to the 1911, because I want a 1911 for the long haul.
I know the Glock 19 will be in my arsenal for many years to come, and I’d prefer that.
But I’ve learned that the Glock 15 and 1911 are great options for training and recreational shooting.
Here are five reasons why.1.
They’re both easy to shoot.
If you’re looking for a high-quality, reliable handgun for your personal use, the Glock is a favorite.
It has a very low recoil, and a high capacity.
It also has a high rate of fire and a small magazine capacity.
Its an excellent choice for indoor and range shooting, where you’re going to need a long range target to avoid getting shot by an attacker.
They both have great sights.
If your goal is to shoot with the sights on the front of the gun, you’ll be very happy with the Glock.
The sights on a Glock have an easy to see front sight and a very narrow profile.
It feels like your eyes are right on the target.
They have great ergonomics.
The Glock has a large magazine capacity that will accommodate your favorite accessories, including a backup or backup pistol.
They are both very durable.
I have several 1911 pistols, and these are my favorites.
The grips on my Glock 19 are very comfortable, and they have excellent ergonomic that makes it easy to hold the gun while shooting.
They all have great accessories.
The most important part of any gun is the accessories.
If the accessories don’t meet your needs, you may be disappointed with the gun.
This list is by no means exhaustive.
I’m sure there are other reasons that I could mention, but this list is a good starting point.
For more information on how to train for your next shooting session, check out this video by Mark Lippmann.
Posted by Mark at 9:59 AM