Good tips here on how to shoot a smaller gun. Chris Baker writes at Lucky Gunner:
The problem is as old as the concept of concealable personal firearms: The smaller a handgun is, the more difficult it is to shoot. Whether it’s a single shot derringer or a polymer-framed pocket .380, handguns that are easy to carry sacrifice their utility in other respects. This can be an acceptable sacrifice if the convenient size of a small gun means that we’re more likely to actually have it close by when we need it. On the other hand, the small pistol might not do us any good if we can’t shoot it accurately enough or quickly enough to fend off an assailant.
Check out the video below for a couple of tips for overcoming some of the challenges of shooting small carry pistols.
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