moderators please move this to an appropriate forum if not in correct one
“ Look, I’m not going to say that dry fire is a bad practice. It’s not and it’s incredibly useful. However, since it involves a firearm, you can’t act like a moron when you do it.”
Isn’t the next rule for cleaning & dry fire training: REMOVE ALL AMMUNITION FROM THE ROOM THAT YOU’RE WORKING IN?
Umm, guard isn’t spelled like that. I hope this is a mock up.
This is USCCA’s version of trigger guard
USCCA’s Forum, USCCA’s rules
Maybe it was supposed to be gourd. You don’t want your finger in that, either….
It’s a free country, I can finger my gourd anytime I want.
Yeah…just going by the title…dry fire doesn’t mean point the gun at another person and pull the trigger
Alex Baldwin syndrome
The first thing I do if someone asks me to teach them to shoot is the four rules of safety and how to rack the slide and show clear. I don’t want to be out there with a person that doesn’t know how. I had to learn that the hard way and it is scary.
That’s a melon… rules are completely different…
Oddly, the same thing happened to Baldwin… This must be fake news…