Dry-fire practice at home is an excellent way to get in more practice time.
Many shooting skills with multiple repetitive steps can be learned at home without ever firing a shot. Drawing from the holster is a good example. Many ranges don’t allow holster draws in the target lanes, so practicing at home is a good alternative. Our At-Home exercises show you how to practice a number of skills that will help make you a better defensive shooter.
AH-1: Practice hitting your target with the first shot, at homeIn this video we’ll show you how to practice hitting your target reliably on the first shot, while dry-fire practicing at home. This is your most important shot in any deadly confrontation. Hitting your first shot is your best chance to stop a threat immediately.
AH-2: Practice performing tactical reloads, at home
In this video we’ll show you how to practice tactical reloads, while dry-fire practicing at home. If you find yourself in a defensive shooting situation, it’s important not to run out of ammunition. Performing a tactical reload lets you continue the shooting activity with a fully loaded gun.
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AH-3: Practice performing emergency reloads