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SHOOTING TIPS

Firearm training takes a commitment to spend the time practicing those skills critical to shooting, no matter your experience level. The most important way to be safe with a firearm is training, comfort level, and experience.


Beginner

Now that you own a GLOCK pistol, you need to develop the skills to use it effectively, and that comes from training regularly. Firearm training takes a commitment to spend the time practicing those skills critical to shooting. In this section, you’ll find videos to help you get started.

Tips for First Time Gun Owners

Team GLOCK Captain, Shane Coley and Willy Parent from GLOCK Sport Shooting Foundation – GSSF have some helpful tips for first time gun owners.

Grip and Stance

Team GLOCK Captain Shane Coley teaches you how to improve your grip and stance.

Advanced

Being a strong shooter takes regular practice, with skills to develop and refine. We’ve put together a series of videos covering these skills and techniques to help you continue your journey to becoming a better shooter.

Strong Hand vs Weak Hand

Captain of Team GLOCK, Shane Coley, and special guest, Michelle Viscusi, explain some reasons and techniques of shooting with your strong and weak hand.

Shooting on the Move

GLOCK Team Captain, Shane Coley, shares his insights on the proper stance and how to walk while shooting at the same time.

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