The subject line come from this tactical article on Officer.com. I review the stuff there once in a while for my personal use, and wish I had the time to practice as much as I want to. After reading this article I wanted to pass it along to you pistol users.
The training outlined in the article is what I already work on with my .44 Redhawk in the spring before I start getting outdoors. When I am at the range I do the one draw - one shot practice method and end up with a very smooth and accurate result in a short amount of time. I will not win any quick draw contests at a CAA event, but my first shot will be right where I want it every time and that is what matters most.
I also do similar practice mounts of my shotgun prior to duck season. It helps get the eye focused out on the target rather than the barrel/bead so that when the birds are there I can hit them without too much thinking.