Fire arm training without a gun?

A great suggestion from Enzo_T, I’ve been doing that for a while. May I add one precaution: dry fire may also reinforce bad habits. The cure is to work with a certified instructor on a regular basis.

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My opinion is somewhat subjective since I’m am instructor but I wholeheartedly agree. I spend a lot more time undoing damage from bad habits than establishing correct fundamentals on a clean slate. The later is MUCH easier on the instructor and the student and quite a bit more cost effective.

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Thank you Kevin! It surely would be nice to handle a variety and see what feels right for me. Great tip, Thanks!

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Thanks, Stephen131! Now, to find one… lol

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Heather - another resource is your local chapter of A Girl and A Gun Women’s Shooting League. My Fiancee is the Facilitator for the Las Vegas chapter. The members of your local group will be happy to help . https://www.agirlandagun.org

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Welcome to the family @VegasTrenton and you are in the right place at the right time.

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Thats great VegasTrenton! Thank you so much for the lead and support!

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Excellent! That is good to hear! Thank you Johnnyq60!

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