The draw isn't particularly fast...the key thing is that it's smooth and basically the same every time.
Dryfire practice is your friend. I like to practice my draw, aiming at a spot (SAFE direction, unloaded weapon, etc.), and staging the trigger before reholstering.
An exercise my instructor gave me that I like is:
- 20 repetitions, slow and smooth, concentrating on exactness of movement
- 20 at full speed
- 20 as fast as possible, while trying to maintain form
- 20 slow and smooth again
The idea is that you work your form, you practice your draw at normal speed, you work faster to improve your speed, and you work your form again.
Hopefully, I'll get some time to use my new gun club membership to practice while shooting. Dryfire is VERY good practice, but you've gotta send rounds downrange.
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