Thought I would share an article from Todd Green's Pistol-Training.com website for those who are looking to expand on their dry fire practice. I recently was doing some digging on dry fire. I wanted to learn more about what I could be doing at home and how I should be going about doing it. I wanted to make sure I was on the right track to actively improve. I found a lot of good articles and info, but what I really wanted was a structured routine that was good to go that I could build off of. The article and routine has been helpful, so I thought I'd pass it along.
Anyone else have recommendations in this area?
I was hoping there'd be more chiming in on this one. I think there's a lot of value in devising a solid dry fire routine. I know Justin, from Revolver Guy, has a solid one down- and it showed at our range session a couple of weeks back!
"Man is still the first weapon of war" - Field Marshal Montgomery
Well, at current I don't exactly have one. However, when I was prepping for a CMP-style rifle match, I took a bulletin board, placed a small scale circle on it, and placed it on the far side of the main hallway in my apartment at the time. I then practiced prone, sitting and offhand with my M1 from the opposite end of the hallway (~20-30 feet).
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