Quick Draw Stroke Mastery Video Tip: “Don’t Wrist-Rock It”

Here’s another quick training tip from the Draw Stroke Mastery system that will help you make faster, more precise first shots from the holster without having to spend thousands on ammo and range fees.

You see, when you combine more efficient technique with more effective training methods, it doesn’t take as much time or money to achieve or maintain high level, life saving skills.

Minimizing excess wrist movement is a great example…


(The training is released and you can find out more about it immediately by clicking >HERE<

Who would have thought that something as small as how much you bend your wrist could have such a big impact on how much time you need to train?

Here’s a good rule of thumb…you want your bigger joints to rotate more than your smaller joints.  Your shoulder should rotate more than your elbow and your elbow should rotate more than your wrist.  So, if you want to rock the gun from the holster to your intended target, just use your shoulder instead of your wrist.

Draw Stroke Mastery is, by far, the most powerful training available to put fast, accurate first hits on target with minimal practice time using cutting edge training techniques.

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  • Wendi Deskus

    Reply Reply September 4, 2019

    Wanting priority, thanks for the knowledge , instructions, Great tips

  • Billy Rodgers

    Reply Reply September 3, 2019

    Looking forward to the release of the training.

  • Kevin B Withrow

    Reply Reply September 3, 2019

    Always seeking to further my technique.

  • C B Damm

    Reply Reply September 3, 2019

    Looking forward to this information

  • stephen arrington

    Reply Reply September 3, 2019

    pleasure to learn

  • Christopher Harrington

    Reply Reply September 3, 2019


    I would like to know and have more knowledge and information to assist me to continually get better so I can pass it on my students.

  • John Shriver

    Reply Reply September 9, 2018

    Looking forward to new material

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