You only get better if….. you dry-fire

It’s cold outside and it can be cold at the range. This winter I’m spending time doing dry-fire practice. I’m using Mike Seeklander’s IDPA Mastery course. I’m picking one skill set a week and doing at least 3 sessions a week with a minimum of 10 minutes a day to 30 minutes.

My husband made me a target stand. I use the small size from C & M Target Systems.

I’m focusing on:

  • how quickly my hands can move to my gun while moving clothing (holster from concealment)
  • how quickly I can punch out, acquire my sights and break my shot
  • assess if the gun stays stills during trigger press



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