Dry firing is simply the practice of shooting a firearm without ammunition in the chamber. The shooter pulls the trigger, the firing pin (or hammer) drops, but nothing happens. Sounds pretty lame, right? If you are serious about becoming a better shooter (no matter if that is for competition, self defense or professional purposes), you should consider lots of dry firing drills.
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I am going to be doing more dry fire exercises this month than actual live fire training because I am unable to replenish my ammo supply. Here’s a series of presentation drills and my take on some manipulations that may improve your efficiency and performance. #drills #dryfire #performance.