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By Tom Givens
http://www.rangemater.com

To be of value to you, training must meet the test of the Three Rís. Training must be:
RELEVANT REALISTIC RECENT

Relevant training refers to exercises and skill drills pertinent to the task of self defense. Bullseye shooting training, for instance, is not particularly relevant.

Realistic training is conducted on humanoid targets, from the holster, with a carry type gun and full powered ammunition, in varied lighting conditions, and under time pressure.

Recent training assures retention of motor skills which degrade quickly. The skills involved in rapidly firing a full-power weapon with precision are perishable, and are lost completely without frequent practice. I suggest two or three sessions of dry practice at home each week, with at least one range session per month to maintain competency.

Practice builds skill, skill builds confidence. Having a well developed skill set, and the confidence that well developed skill engenders, can help you keep your head and stay in control during highly stressful conflicts. ďAn amateur practices until he gets it right. A professional practices until he canít get it wrong.Ē





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