You’ve passed your required concealed carry training, done all of the required paperwork, and are patiently waiting for your permit to come in the mail. Completing the class was the end of your required training, but does that mean you’re done training?
Shooting, as with all physical activities, is a perishable skill. Use it or lose it. But what should you train? How can you train more with the ammo shortage? Can you train at home for convenience and to save some money?
There are numerous skills you can work on at home – from dry fire training to drawing from a holster. And other skills that you need to be on the range for – recoil management and accuracy.