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Laser for your handgun? / Pros and cons
Note: Dry firing will not harm most centerfire handguns made in the last 50 years, however, if the thought makes you break out in a sweat, you can use snap caps.
"I don't have a laser on my carry gun
(although, from a left brain, tactical point of view, a laser makes sense) this
is partially balanced by a right brain, I like my carry gun the way it is, point
of view and a right brain aesthetic not of not wanting to cover the rosewood
Tactical Tidbits: The demise of the double tap
For years tactical firearms instructors have been teaching the "double tap". Aim center body mass (a lot of vital organs there and it's easy to hit) and press the trigger twice to double the impact. Newer thinking says that the double tap teaches you to pause after two rounds; a better approach is to keep pressing the trigger until the threat is gone.
Observation: I tend to like the "keep pressing the trigger" technique, especially if you have a high capacity semi-auto, however, if you carry a revolver or a semi-auto with limited capacity (5-8 rounds) and are confronted with two or more assailants, seems the double tap would be the way to go. J.P.
New Shooter Tips: Adjusting your gun sights
you have fully adjustable sights (windage and elevation):