Snub Training – Convert-A-Pell

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Dear Michael: Could you elaborate on your satisfaction with Convert-a-Pell for snubby practice? My research, which was confined to a cursory search of the internet, suggests that Convert-a-Pell is a disappointing training system. http://thepackingrat.net/2010/10/24/5692/ http://www.go2gbo.com/forums/index.php?topic=201159.0 http://www.pyramydair.com/blog/2006/03/convert-pell-any-good.html On the positive side: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4w33dD9FAUU Thanks. George C – Basehor, KS . . Dear George: Thank you for your […]

Snub Training – Cross draw for the snub

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Dear Michael: Here is my question. For years as a right handed shooter I was carrying “strong side”, whether IWB or OWB it was “strong side”.  After an experience at a weekly, local combat shoot, where the range master caught all of us off guard by forcing us to shoot that night’s course weak handed. It […]

Snub Training – Stock Contact and Grip

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Let’s take a more detailed look at your grasp on the snub once your hand had made contact with the stocks.  Position your hand as high on the backstrap as you can manage.  If your snub has an exposed hammer make sure that your grasp is not too high on the backstrap as to interfere […]

Snub Training – Access and Draw Stroke

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The value of a practiced draw stroke can not be underestimated.  Jeff Cooper himself once noted that a “sights confirm draw stroke.” Safe and daily draw-stroke practice is the clearest indication that a shooter is serious about his self-defense skills.  For the legally armed citizen who most often has to react to an attacker’s assault […]

 
 
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