It’s been no secret that I’m fond of my LaserLyte rounds and time on my indoor “range”. With my Tactical Pistol course coming up Saturday – and not wanting to make a fool of myself – I’ve been working my draw quite a bit this week on a clean draw stroke with a sub-2 second par time. I thought I’d prep a quick “target’s eye view” of what this process looks like.
- Weapon: Glock17
- Holster: Blackhawk IWB Leather
- Distance: Reduced size IDPA target simulating 21 feet
- Timer: And Android timer app set for a par time of 2 seconds
- Stance: Modified Weaver, 2-hand, full extension
As they say . . . . . “Let’s go to the tape!”
Nothing tricky here. I want a clean draw stroke, single hand only, 2-hand, full extension and a part time under 2 seconds. My standard goal is 80% combat effective hits.
Not a bad way, IMNSHO, to polish your skills.