March 27, 2016
Learning to shoot with your weak hand is an important step. But do you really have a "weak" hand?
Our experts want to change the terminology. Learning to shoot with your weak hand simply means learning to utilize your "support" hand differently.
You may not always have your dominant hand available in all situations. Whether it's injury or situational, being able to shoot with either hand is an important skill. Shooting with your support isn't as difficult as you might think.
Like all good handgun skills, it starts with the grip. Learning to properly grip your weapon with both your dominant and support hand is the first step to learning to shoot with your weak hand.
And like all good handgun skills, you'll need plenty of practice to realize there is no such thing as a strong hand or weak hand.
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