Many shooters struggle with being cross dominant, meaning their dominant eye is the opposite of their dominant hand. Gabby shares a quick and easy fix for this when shooting a handgun: Instead of moving your head, move your gun.
Tips & Tactics | Gabby Franco: Cross-Dominant Shooting
posted on March 5, 2020
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