Rapid fire, controlled pairs, double tapping… whatever you want to call it, it’s a very important skill for shooters to learn, particularly defensive minded shooters. Real life gunfights happen quickly, and the first person to get shots on target usually wins. Unfortunately, practicing controlled pairs involved putting a lot of lead down range, which gets real expensive, real fast. Practicing rapid fire can also be difficult to do at some shooting ranges which prohibit rapid fire.
Here’s a drill to practice rapid fire, and it can be performed in a cost-effective manner, and can be done at shooting ranges with strict rules.
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Brian Purkiss is a firearms enthusiast, competitive shooter, and 2nd Amendment activist. He participates in a wide variety of shooting competition formats, including Run and Gun, USPSA, 3 Gun, 2 Gun, and IDPA.