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Fun site for your dry fire practice.
Doggonit I just blew a big gaping hole through my new monitor.
I knew that I should have paid closer attention to those posted rules.
Seriously...neat site Rhome. Thanks for posting it.
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I will be making use of this. Thanks.
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Most useful, thx Rhome.
Chris - P95
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http://www.rkba-2a.com/ - a portal for 2A links, articles and some videos.
Since it is my site and program, I'll just say thanks for posting it and glad you guys like it.
wow. very nice! thank you. i will definitely use it!
i havnt been dry firing lately. i need to some more.
but thats probably because last week i went down to the range 5 times.
i am out of ammo tho. which is unfortunate. i really liked the fiocchi ammo i got from the gun show. now i have to use WWB till i get my reloading stuff set up.
"We think you should dry-fire 5-10 times as much as you live fire"
so 50-100 hours a week? i better drop out of school and quit my jobs..
or stop spending so much time at the range
.. granted im not shooting the whole time im there
Last edited by friesepferd; December 4th, 2007 at 04:32 PM.
I'll go ahead and ask even though it's probably a pretty dumb question: how many rounds of the dry fire ammo should be in your gunwhen practicing? A full clip? What am I not asking that I should be?
Depends on what skills you are working on. The magazine could be empty if doing reloads from slide lock on up to full (inert rounds only) if doing malfunction drills. If working on trigger press only, you may not need any. One of the things I like about dry practice is you can concentrate on perfect repetitions by breaking everything down to its smallest component. For example, just presenting the pistol from #2 to full extension, doing nothing more than ensuring you press straight out, remove the safety if appropriate, acquire the sights and take up slack in the trigger is an excellent exercise. Sweeping the cover garment and obtaining a solid firing grip is another. Basically, except for recoil management, there isn't anything you can't do dry that you can do live fire. To me, live fire should merely be confirmation of your dry practice and many of my range sessions are 25 rounds or less. That is enough to tell me whether I've been practicing correctly or not. Hope that helps and sorry for droning on.
Thanks for the link.
Les Baer 45
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