Whenever I set my firearm down on the table, whether it’s for the start of a competition or because I’ve unloaded it for safety reasons, I want to set the firearm down in such a way that I can easily reacquire my grip when I pick it back up. So for me, as a right-handed shooter, I set it down in such a way that it’s oriented to immediately go into my hand. I can flip it up, wrap up high underneath the beavertail, wrap my fingers around, keeping my pointer finger extended outside of the trigger guard. I’ve got a good grip established from the beginning.Then I grab my magazine, and again using my pointer finger, push into the mag well and then I can re-establish my grip from there. Now, I practice this a lot in dry fire, because I want to be able to do it quickly. That’s the ultimate goal – to get back on target! So use this as one of the things that you practice in dry fire.
Maggie’s Minutes Presented by Ruger
Professional shooter and Ruger brand Ambassador Maggie Reese Voight shares her favorite quick range tips and drills for new and experienced shooters alike!