Now that I’ve applied a tourniquet, I can perform another drawstroke and practice one-handed dry fire. Photo: author

Tourniquet Dry Fire

Ask any professional shooting competitor or firearms instructor worth their salt and they’ll tell you how important it is to conduct as much dry-fire practice as you can. Every step of the process — from drawstroke to presentation of the firearm, sight alignment/picture, and trigger pull is just as important as the others. Even those… Read more »