Snub Training – Speed Strips and QuickStrips

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Note – Before making any observations regarding the two brands of loading strips I need to point out that I am currently aiding TUFF Products with some of their QuickStrip marketing efforts. I also edited the directions used to explain two loading techniques used in their packaging and wrote the ten loading techniques noted on […]

Snub Training – Interrupted Loading

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Another loose round drill with some self-defense training value is the interrupted loading drill.  This drill is best run with three of four training partners but two as minimal can work.  Shooters start with an empty snub and three loose rounds in their pockets.  At a pre determined signal all shooters draw their snubs, go […]

Snub Training – Paired Round Loading

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Few exercises point out range effect scaring as clearly as a two round loading drill.  Start with two dummy rounds in your pocket and an empty snub in its holster.  At the self-initiated signal load both dummy rounds as quickly as you mechanically can. Work as if the lives of your family depended on it! […]

Snub Training – Single Round Reloading

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There are a few reasons why a shooter might want to practice loading only one or two loose rounds in a cylinder.  1 – Range practice with a few empty charge holes are the revolver equivalent of ball-and-dummy drills.  Can this be done with dedicated dummy rounds? Yes, but leaving a few charge holes empty […]

 
 
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