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    Delta Force is offline Junior Member
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    Dry firing

    I do dry firing drills about 3 times a week and an hour at each time.I feel it is very important to do these drills.I also draw from the holster about 60 to 80 times in the hour time span.I have a dummy(stuffed doll) that I practice with on body shots and head shots.I find it very enjoyable and you really get to know your gun and holster.

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    Delta Force is offline Junior Member
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    Dry fireing

    sorry this was supposed to be a reply to another thread not a start of a new thread..

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    1911driver is offline Junior Member
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    Dry Parctice

    Delta,
    Way to go on the dry practice. If that is your regimen, you are to be commended. I am willing to bet that if you are not "tuned up" by now, you will be shortly.....!!! The only risk I see is "burn out" and if you sense it coming on, back the time spent dry practicing down to 3/4 or 1/2 hour each seession. In fact, you probably could right now and not lose any of your edge...... That old law of diminishing reurns...!! Good luck..

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    Delta Force is offline Junior Member
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    Dry Firing

    I have been doing it for about three years now and still enjoy it.It has also made my trigger finger a bit stronger and my timeing still gets better every year.

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