Personal Defense Network Editors


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Jon Antrim explains why he believes dry-fire practice is important and the best way you can practice when you don’t have ammunition or range access. Intuitive shooting abilities are developed through repetition and establishing habits. Dry-fire practice can increase the number of reps you get without a dramatic increase in your expenditure of resources. Jon explains why presentation and handling of your firearm are easily trained with a dry gun.

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