‘Shoot to Kill”, 3 words which cause a controversy among gun owners and the anti gun crowd alike. When we are talking about use of potentially lethal force in self defense, there are several trains of thought. “Shoot to Kill”, “Shoot to Wound”, and “Shoot to Stop the Threat”. I’ll tell you why I feel you should never shoot to kill.
Every shooter is, or should be, seeking to improve their shooting skills. After all shooting is a perishable skill (use it or lose it). But can you really shoot better without practice? While there is no substitute for quality training, live fire and dry fire practice; there are some things you can do to shoot better without practice. Continue reading Shoot Better Without Practice