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Like it or not, most skills are perishable and shooting is no different. During the 2016 Shot Show, I headed to the range to see how perishable my handgun skills were and I noticed that my grouping seemed to like handing out low and to the left. Lucky I was surrounded by plenty of Firearms Instructors who were quick to give me a few pointers and get my grouping where it should be. Thats why the guys at BasicShield threw this guide together to help you diagnose common problems when you are learning how to shoot a pistol.

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How to Shoot a Pistol

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