The Value of Dry Practice
April 27th, 2007
Dr. Ignatius Piazza,
I am 100 percent in agreement with the value of dry practice. It teaches good sight picture, surprise trigger break, and it is next to impossible to develop bad habits caused by report or recoil. I went over a year without shooting at all, and was signed up for a shooting course. I used what little time I had between changing careers, moving to new employment, etc. to practice for the course using dry fire techniques. The first time I shot was the qualifier, and I shot 290 out of a possible 300. The value of good dry practice cannot be overstated.
P.S. I am looking seriously at purchasing a Lifetime membership, if finances will permit. Looking forward to taking training in person.
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