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What's So Important About Dry Firing?


What's so important about dry fire training? After all, you aren't actually shooting. Why do any practice outside of the gun range?

Mostly because dry firing is one of the surest steps to becoming a more proficient shooter.

You see, dry fire practice enhances your trigger skills in two primary areas. First, it enhances your trigger control, which is roughly equal in importance in how well you aim and arguably, more so. You also build muscle memory with every pistol you dry fire practice with, making you that much more proficient with it.

In truth, you can't afford not to be engaging in any dry fire training..

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