Dry Fire Practice

So with ammo prices being high and hard to find. What dry fire practice recommendations are out there.

I bought a dry fire mag and am in love the that thing.

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I’m enjoying 3 drills at this moment:

  1. pressing out from compressed ready with laser targets
  2. drawing from holster (wearing different garment)
  3. emergency reloads

Then I combine all 3 together (without laser) - slide locked back in the holster -> drawing from the holster -> pressing out -> verbal shot (“pew, pew”… oops, slide locked) -> emergency reload -> slide release -> pressing out -> “pew, pew” —> REPEAT :slightly_smiling_face:

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MantisX system for dry fire (USCCA members get a discount), laser systems, etc. I’d like to hear more about your mag, I’m not familiar with it.

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Its limited on what firearms right now. But for my Glock every trigger pull and reset feels identical to live fire.

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Very cool, thanks for the link

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Dang, wish they had one for my carry! Sounds great!

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I was skeptical but I can not recommend this product enough if they make them for your firearm.

I believe mantis is making a product that works with these as well.

Well I guess I’m going to have to try one of those. Probably a good teaching tool too.

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I didnt think I had too bad of a flinch. This thing found it. It was embarrassing but has gotten exponentially better

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