(A reader asked recently about my daily dry-fire practice regimen. My initial response to this question is to advise the study of two extremely well-done books: Your Competition Handgun Training Programby Mike Seeklander, and Refinement and Repetition: Dry-Fire Drills for Dramatic Improvement by Steve Anderson…..This article is a description of what I actually do. –J.M.)
As much as I would like to be able to spend 2-3 hours every day performing dry-fire practice sessions with my sidearm and rifle, like most of you, the realities of family and work-related time constraints simply do not allow me to do so. Instead, I consider myself lucky and blessed to fit in 20-30 minutes per day, five or six days per week.
The vast majority of my dry-fire practice is conducted with my pistol. The simple reality is, due to time constraints, I have to focus on the more important weapon…
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