Every time you buy a new firearm, even if it within the same line of manufacturers you are used to, you will have to conduct training with it. There is not much a way around this if you are serious about your training. Practicing and training to perform at your highest potential is a great necessity if you are going to be better prepared in the unfortunate event of having to answer violence with violence.
About the Author
David Donchess Served in the USMC for a few years. Deployed twice and got wounded. Retired and moved to Alaska. Has a passion for reviewing and testing guns and gear of all kinds. Enjoys working to dispel myths and show that you can train and practice in a realistic, safe, and practical way.