Reloading Drills To Incorporate Into Concealed Carry Practice
A best practice for concealed carry practice is to incorporate some reloading drills into your practice routine. On the one hand, it is true that most defensive shootings are concluded very quickly with only a few shots fired, but it is also true that some are not. Therefore, it behooves you to train for both contingencies.
It is also true that one of the most common failure points of semi-auto pistols is the magazine. Revolver fans love pointing this out. This is also why you should carry a spare magazine, whether in a pocket (not recommended) or in a magazine holster.
So, how to get some reloading drills into your training? Let's go over a few easy reloading drills that will cover all the basics, so you can drill the skills you need.