Been reading a lot of articles about the benefits of regular, consistent dry fire training.
Any one have any Dry Fire drill scedules, checklists, etc?
Apparently the SIG Academy had one, but I can't find it on the interweb.
Any and all suggestions, tips, etc will be appreciated.
Steve Anderson and Ben Stoeger publish dry fire books with routines, how long/often they should be done, and other tips.
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"Slow is smooth... and also slow.
10 minutes a night.
For about four days, three years ago. That's how dedicated I am.
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2-3 times each week
1. From the ready 5 reps
2. From the ready Strong Hand Only 5 reps
3. From the ready Weak Hand only 5 reps
4. Draw from non-concealment 5 reps
5. Draw from concealment, open jacket, 5 reps
6. Draw from concealment, closed jacket, 5 reps
7. Empty Loads - 5 reps (use dummy rounds)
8. Tactical reloads - 5 reps
9. From the ready 5 reps to finish
Tomorrow's battle is won during today's practice.
This. I use a mix of both. Prefer Stoeger's program and Anderson's accuracy mode/speed mode/match mode mental game philosophy. The books are reasonably cheap enough to buy both. Stoeger just revised his and Anderson's 3rd book has his latest and greatest thoughts on the subject as well as the "first 12" that he often refers to.
i dry fire 6 nights a week for 30-45 minutes. About half is stand and shoot drills, the other half is moving/field course type work.
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