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How To Master Tight Pistol Shots With The Focus Drill

Action Pistol shooting is often considered to be a high speed, hose the targets affair. But that's not always the case. Shooters who master the Focus Drill will be able to handle the tightest shots.

Video: Precision Pistol Tips Part 4―Brian Zins on How to Improve Pistol Red Dot Aiming

To shoot a red dot in bullseye well, you have to choose: focus either on the target or on the dot. You can’t do both, or go back and forth between the two. Here are techniques from Brian Zins to properly aim a pistol red dot sight

CORE Precision Rifles Move Closer To Perfection

Precision rifles built by CORE’s custom shop boast master craftsmanship, for highly accurate guns with a focus on functionality

WATCH: Bullseye Pistol Aiming with Brian Zins

Twelve-time NRA National Pistol Champion Brian Zins reviews one of the top fundamentals for bullseye pistol shooters—aiming. This video covers both iron sights and red dots.

Front Sight Focus―Why?

When beginning as a competitive handgun shooter, focusing on the front sight will keep everything line up nicely

WATCH: Pistol Drills To Aid In Training

Hit a training sump? This video features Brian Zins recommended pistol drills that will help to improve your pistol scores.

Series Recap: Precision Pistol Shooting with Brian Zins

Brian Zins, known for his proficiency in bullseye pistol competition, shares his shooting know-how in this video series

WATCH: Bullseye Pistol Shot Process with Brian Zins

Struggling with the mental game? The cure is a proper shot process. Here, twelve-time NRA National Pistol Champion Brian Zins shares his tips on developing a shot process for bullseye pistol competition.

2020 Olympic Pistol Hopeful Alexis Lagan

The untold story of Olympic-level competition includes the financial burdens, especially for athletes in the shooting sports like Alexis Lagan that often struggle to compete in the sport they love without the help of fundraising efforts

Metal Madness To Become Rimfire-Only Shooting Sport

Starting January 1, 2019, Metal Madness will only allow .22 caliber firearms for competition

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