Handgun Shooting Tips To Masterfully Reload & Get Back To Shooting A Semi-Automatic Handgun

Handgun Shooting Tips To Masterfully Reload & Get Back To Shooting A Semi-Automatic Handgun

Whether for self-defense or sport, semi-automatic handguns happen to be the best choice, but it takes more than just the alignment of the sights and pulling the trigger to become adept with them. The pistol has to be kept running, and that means that it should be kept fed.

For more handgun tips and tricks kindly visit Bond Arms today! We are one of the foremost manufacturer of quality hand guns in USA, for more please go to http://bondarms.com

4e459f2cdfcf80110f03cc605a091e19?s=128

RobertHainex

June 03, 2014
Tweet

Transcript

  1. 1.

    Handgun Shooting Tips To Masterfully Reload & Get Back To

    Shooting A Semi-Automatic Handgun  Brought to you by : www.bondarms.com
  2. 2.

    Handgun Shooting Tips To Masterfully Reload & Get Back To

    Shooting A Semi-Automatic Handgun www.bondarms.com Whether for self-defense or sport, semi-automatic handguns happen to be the best choice, but it takes more than just the alignment of the sights and pulling the trigger to become adept with them. The pistol has to be kept running, and that means that it should be kept fed. One thing to keep in mind is that unlike Hollywood, semi-automatic handguns do eventually run out of ammo and it is not desirable to have an empty gun, whether in competition or self-defense. An expert is one who is able to quickly reload a semi-automatic handgun, someone who has practiced tips such as the ones below until they became a fluid, single motion.
  3. 3.

    Handgun Shooting Tips To Masterfully Reload & Get Back To

    Shooting A Semi-Automatic Handgun www.bondarms.com Get rid of the spent magazine The magazine release button should be hit immediate after firing the last round, as soon as the slide locks back. The thumb of the shooting hand can be used with ambidextrous magazine releases. In the same motion, the magazine should be canted well inward between 45 and 60 degrees towards the centerline of the body to side that the new magazine will be raised up towards the handgun. This means that extra magazines should be carried on the left side by right- handed shooters. If the magazine drops freely from the handgun, so it should be possible to take the support hand off the gun and move it to the new magazine. For non-drop-free magazines, the magazine can be stripped by using the support hand. This way, the empty magazine can be stripped away and discarded.
  4. 4.

    Handgun Shooting Tips To Masterfully Reload & Get Back To

    Shooting A Semi-Automatic Handgun www.bondarms.com Tuck the handgun into the body After clearing the magazine and canting the handgun, the elbow of the handgun should be brought sharply back until it comes into contact with the torso, and the handgun should be held below eye level. This way, a consistent and repeatable position will be created for the gun for replacing magazines, while an eye can be kept on the gun and on the target. Get a hold of a fresh magazine By this time, a fresh magazine should have already been grabbed. The bullets in the magazine should be facing forward once it has been grabbed. The index finger should be placed along the magazine’s front edge with the fingertip resting just below the bullet that is exposed.
  5. 5.

    Handgun Shooting Tips To Masterfully Reload & Get Back To

    Shooting A Semi-Automatic Handgun www.bondarms.com The magazine will be secured by the three fingers on the outside, while the magazine will be locked on the inside by the thumb. A smooth motion will be encouraged by this hand position, so that the magazine can be brought up to the gun properly. Recharge the pistol With the gun in the proper position, as mentioned above, the new magazine should then be inserted. As long as the pointer finger of the hand grasping the magazine is leading the way, the magazine will insert well. After inserting the magazine, the heel of the hand should be followed so that the magazine is seated firmly. The thumb will automatically be in position to be driven upward along the grip so that the slide release lever can be hit,
  6. 6.

    Handgun Shooting Tips To Masterfully Reload & Get Back To

    Shooting A Semi-Automatic Handgun www.bondarms.com while the proper shooting grip will be achieved by the support hand as it rolls into place. Get Back on Target Upon hitting the slide release, the gun should be rotated back to vertical and it should be pushed toward the target. Conclusion With proper execution, barely any time will be wasted between the last shot from a magazine that has just been emptied and firing the first shot from a magazine that has just been replaced. In fact, experts can actually discard and replace a new magazine within 2 seconds.
  7. 7.

    Handgun Shooting Tips To Masterfully Reload & Get Back To

    Shooting A Semi-Automatic Handgun www.bondarms.com The handgun shooting tips above will help ensure that you get from reloading back to shooting within no time, whether in competition or self- defense. For more handgun tips and tricks kindly visit Bond Arms today! We are one of the foremost manufacturer of quality hand guns in USA, for more please go to http://bondarms.com
  8. 8.

    Handgun Shooting Tips To Masterfully Reload & Get Back To

    Shooting A Semi-Automatic Handgun  Brought to you by : www.bondarms.com