Best Tips for New Shooter | Tactical Rifleman

Everyone wants “Advanced” shooting drills and they want to be the best. What makes our Special Ops guys “The Best” is that they have mastered the basics. Sounds easy but it is not. Mastering the Basics takes extreme dedication and lots of repetition. Once you have mastered the basics, the subconscious mind will take care of the marksmanship; which frees up the conscious mind to focus on “Is it a Threat? Is it Not a Threat? Is it a Threat that warrants Deadly Force?” So this week’s video, I asked Coach to give us a simple drill for “New Pistol Shooters.” Coach is a walking library of great shooting information and a gifted teacher. Nobody likes missing. This is a simple drill to get your new shooters hits on steel. Once they get more experienced, they’ll quit crushing the gun, and they’ll quit missing “Low Left.” Then, they can start aiming center again. Great technique for raising scores on tests and during competition. Coach’s technique is about “Outthinking the opponents.” Fight with what you have and make the most of it. Thanks again to Coach Jimmerson for taking the time to train the Texas A&M Cadets. These are the future leaders of our military, and they are light-years ahead of the rest of their generation. Coach is truly a great friend and a valuable asset to the Tactical Rifleman team. If you are interested in taking classes with Coach or any other member of the Tactical Rifleman team; you can check out our course schedule at or contact us there to schedule custom courses. Thanks for watching. Strength and Honor, TR.

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