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Dry Practice is Critical During Ammo Shortages: The Sheriff’s Take

RangerBill

Operator
I do that regularly with all my firearms. Snap Caps are essential. I even practice my wing shooting with snap caps out in the yard. Handguns, the draw and trigger. Off hand rifle, stance, hold and trigger.

Regards,
Bill
 

somorris

Master Class
Founding Member
I agree snap caps are essential to protect your firearm. I prefer the A-Zoom metal ones.

You can discover a lot of hold and trigger press (don't know when it changed from trigger pull : ) ) problems during dry fire practice. It also helps to familiarize yourself with your firearm. It is very valuable. Another good article from the Sheriff. Thanks for the link.
 

Sld1959

Operator
I have been doing it a lot. I have a laser target and a number of different caliber laser cartridges. I move the target around the house for various distance practice.
 
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