Dry fire training

This is a discussion on Dry fire training within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by gunther71 I do not see where the OP was concerned about the action of the pistols he owns in helping his friend ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by gunther71 View Post
    I do not see where the OP was concerned about the action of the pistols he owns in helping his friend understand the fundamentals of trigger control. did he ask that?
    True, but much better done with an actual firearm.
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    Perhaps, a laser provides some good inputs on where your shot will go during dry-fire practice. A dummy round is also a must to protect your firing pins from damage during dry-firing. Most of the dry-firing drills I do at home are from combat shooting positions that my local indoor range does not allow due to policy and safety. Another rule to follow when dry firing is to never, ever have live ammo with you or in your dry-fire gun.

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