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Maintaining the edge: How much practice is enough?

from By Eric Lamberson

A good friend and I recently explored the topic of how much practice — dry practice and range time — is enough to maintain acceptable levels of defensive shooting skill. I define acceptable skill level from a self-defense perspective as the ability to fire Sharp Shooter on an IDPA classifier, pass the FBI qualification, or achieve similar performance on a state or nationally recognized course of fire. My friend Steve is an IDPA six-gun Master; however, as a result of medical challenges, Steve was effectively unable to practice his pistol skills for six months. more


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