Since I live where there’s winter, and I carry where there’s winter, I figure I’d better train where there’s winter
Winter gear, coat, gloves, hat, have to practice with all that if you carry with all that.
So I took a student to the range today… outside. 44 degrees with a bit of a breeze and we trained for a couple hours. She’s damaged her right shoulder so we started her on shooting left handed today… defensively accurate at 21 ft, first day out. We’ll work on speed and draw, but shes off to a great start. Even in "feels like 32 degrees ".
And we also found out how her 20 gauge prints at 22 ft… which is the distance from her bedroom door to the front door.
I think it’ll do.
What are you doing for winter training?