If circumstances prevented regular range trips, would you recommend dry fire practicing as a next-best for the months between range trips?
If so, what do you think of the LaserLyte LT-PRO bore-laser training tool?
It fits inside the barrel and throws a dot on the wall when one pulls the trigger. This would permit quiet and frequent training episodes in the comfort of one's home, and would also show effectiveness in thread-focused / point shooting. Mfcmb reviewed the unit positively here, but I would like the perspective of you all on how to best allocate my resources if limited range time is assumed.
The cost is not trivial ($93 shipped), else I would just go out and get one. But it may be a wise purchase if one cannot make it to the range regularly.