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7 years 28 weeks ago, 2:49 AM

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Great Dry Fire Drills

http://www.mattburkett.com/flashfiles/dryfire.html

These are great dry fire drills to do at home. The one that you can set the par time and different target types is the best one. I've started setting it and beginning down the hall from my computer to simulate moving to the first shooting box. Check these things out.

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7 years 28 weeks ago, 3:08 AM

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Oh yeah

Here's the attention-grabbing post.

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7 years 28 weeks ago, 3:16 AM

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dry fire drills

do i have to have a microphone on my computer or what.explain how that site works.

7 years 28 weeks ago, 3:22 AM

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Dry fire

If you click on the first drill, you see a "timer" on the left side. You can decide your par time. For instance, let's say you think you should be able to draw, acquire a target, and fire one round in 1.5 seconds. You set the timer for 1.5 and click start. You get the standard range commands and a random beep and at the end of the time you set, another beep comes on. It continues to cycle through until you click the clear button. You can also adjust the size of the target on your monitor using the formula to simulate different ranges. It's just a big step above drawing and aiming at a spot on your wall. It's kinda like having a training partner in your house.

"I have always been a soldier. I have known no other life. The calling of arms, I have followed from boyhood. I have never sought another." From The Virtues of War, by Steven Pressfield.
7 years 28 weeks ago, 3:27 AM

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cool!

thanks runaway!this white boy will be doin alot of practice!

7 years 28 weeks ago, 3:30 AM

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Greasy

I actually used this rather than going to the range after work yesterday morning, as presentation with weak hand is a weakness I need to work on. I'm going to use this site for drills for 20 or 30 minutes prior to going to the range now.

"I have always been a soldier. I have known no other life. The calling of arms, I have followed from boyhood. I have never sought another." From The Virtues of War, by Steven Pressfield.
7 years 28 weeks ago, 3:37 AM

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runaway!

i just tried it with my TZ!i like it!real quick like it tells you what you need to work on!first,i need to be wearing more than boxers!but even just hanging your hand at your side with the gun makes for a pretty quik shoot!i got of 11 shots each time!into the center mass(was aiming at!)

7 years 28 weeks ago, 3:40 AM

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shooting drills

runaway,are you carrying/shooting a double action?my TZ and my CZ are double action but i can pull back the hammer manually too.

7 years 28 weeks ago, 3:50 AM

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Greasy

I use my Glock. I only draw and fire one round, as follow up shots require recoil to be effective.

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7 years 28 weeks ago, 4:34 AM

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runaway!

thanks for the info and the drill exercises!

7 years 28 weeks ago, 5:10 AM

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No problem

That's why we're here. Well, that and to see tits and guns

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7 years 28 weeks ago, 11:51 AM

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Great site, runaway

I bookmark the site and will use it myself and I seen some new thing for my AR the he has for sale that I would like to have.

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7 years 28 weeks ago, 12:00 PM

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Thanks runaway, that'll give me something to do at work while I'm preventing radiological sabotage

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7 years 27 weeks ago, 11:29 PM

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Did I Do Something Wrong?
Using dry fire drills from www.mattburkett.com and I guess I forgot to unload my weapon. I kid, I kid. Looking at the web site gave me the idea of putting a couple of bullet holes on the screen. Remember the 4 rules of gun safety: 1. All guns are ALWAYS loaded. 2. Never point a gun at anything your not willing to destroy. 3. Keep your finger off the trigger until you're ready to fire. 4. Be absolutely sure of your target and whats behind it.

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