When it comes to handgun reloading techniques we teach all types during our training courses, including the tactical reload. Each technique has its place and there is no wrong way of doing one except to not do it. There are plenty of opinions out there when it comes to the “best” technique to use but it truly depends on the situation and the comfort level of the shooter. We recently read this article from gun.com and felt it covered the topic well. Stating in the end “competent gun handling is rewarding, both for practical effect and mastery of the art. Avoidance of a useful technique because one doesn’t understand it, or worse, because one’s ego is dented by public trial and error, is not something to promote nor be proud of.” The Author, Eve Flanigan, “examined [the] arguments and measured them against [his] own experience as a shooter, instructor, and range officer”.
BSR weapons training has a simple philosophy; Gun fighting through mindset, marksmanship and tactics. As a warrior we fight to win and there is no such thing as a fair fight. At BSR we train to exceed all of the required TTP’s (Tactics, Techniques and Procedures). We do it in a way that is practical, realistic and applicable in its simplest form. All actions are conducted with intent and ergonomics, no wasted effort, energy or action. We accomplish this through realistic instruction emphasizing the application of basic principles executed perfectly using step-by-step progression focusing on an individual’s knowledge, skill and ability. We explain and demonstrate our methods so that you will be able to emulate them with great proficiency.