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Why your 'shooting stance' matters; Doubling down on dry-fire drills

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In this month's eNews, Ron Avery delves into the reasons why your 'shooting stance' matters, and how to ensure that you have the best one possible whether you're in a gunfight or a competition. We also bring you a product review of the Ruger Commander 1911 and the Safariland 7TS holster.

Lastly, I touch on what you can do to increase your shooting competence and confidence even if you've got to cut back on range rounds due to our current ammo shortage.

Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief
PoliceOne Firearms Corner
Why 'shooting stance' matters
By Ron Avery, PoliceOne Columnist
A skilled shooter learns to use position, placement of the center of gravity, and specificity of effort to hit precisely and rapidly under all conditions and positions. Reactive shooting science
Product Review
Ruger Commander 1911 brings new life to a classic design
By Andrew Butts, PoliceOne Contributor
The use of modern materials and manufacturing methods allows Ruger to offer an accurate and reliable pistol at a reasonable price. True to design
Product Review
Safariland 7TS Holster offers best ALS yet
By Lindsey Bertomen, PoliceOne Columnist
Tests concluded that this holster is impervious to the elements and offered great protection for the duty gun, but the best part is the reason why the 7TG Series of holsters will be readily adopted by law enforcement. Best application of ALS yet
Training Tip
Short on ammo? Double down on your dry-fire drills
By Doug Wyllie, Editor in Chief
Ammunition continues to be in short supply in most areas, causing many people to cut back on the number of rounds expended in live-fire range training. We need to be even more dedicated to the dry-fire training we do. Some excellent tools

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