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Old March 24, 2019, 03:43 PM   #11
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Join Date: May 5, 2010
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as i replied recently to a Q on FB about how to get better for IDPA shooting, and after shooting IDPA for 5+ years myself, my essential list would be:

learn to shoot accurately. no point in missing. start slow, start near. as you get better, move back and go faster. at some point, you will learn your limits.

how to draw from a holster. draw from concealment. reload magazines efficiently.

shoot while moving, forward, backward, sideways. shoot from behind cover, both sides. shoot one handed, strong and weak.

those are largely in order of progression.

there are plenty of standard courses of fire you can run and keep track of your times/scores to track your progress.
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