Shooting

Pistol Shooting with Both Eyes Open

Champion pistol shooter Doug Koenig explains how shooting with both eyes open allows him shoot faster and more accurately. Watch this tip and see the full playlist of competitive handgun shooting pointers from Koenig, the 18-time Bianchi Cup winner.

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Learn to Shoot


Getting the right introduction to the shooting sports is important. Here are a few ways to get started.

1

Find a "First Shots" class in your area

Many ranges across the country offer free introductory classes to firearm safety and the shooting sports.

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2

Find a safety course in your area

The National Rifle Association offers firearms training courses in every state.

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3

Find a shooting range in your area

A professional shooting facility can provide the information and instruction you need to get started.

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4

Locate a retailer near you

A good shooting sports retailer can help you find firearm safety courses and shooting instruction.

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