The Kasarda Drill: How to not die.

The Kasarda drill was actually named by a long-time 2g-ACM shooter, not me, so it is what it is. But what the Kasarda drill is is an essential part of 2g-ACM philosophy and approach to shooting competition in that it perfectly blends the physical, mental and shooting all into one tight package and stage; simple to put together, simple to host but hard to succeed at.

In this video we discuss the safe methods of performing this drill and hopefully give you some tips in regards to succeeding at your own attempts at this painful, yet useful, shooting exercise.

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About SinistralRifleman

I've been competing in the action shooting sports since 2002. I believe competition shooting to be an excellent way to build gun handling and marksmanship skills and encourage all gun owners to seek out some form of competition shooting. Anyone can become reasonably good at it if they devote the time and resources to do so. Winning, while nice, need not be your goal; bettering yourself through the pursuit of excellence is something we all can achieve.
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