How important is dry fire practice really?
You hear it preached all the time from the pro shooters. Dry fire, dry fire, dry fire.
When you are just sitting around at home, it’s smart to take the time to dry fire. Make sure to set up a schedule and a routine to dry fire.
But how important is it really? What are you supposed to do? Are there certain things you should be watching for?
Pro shooter Kirsten Joy Weiss answers these questions and more in this video. Check it out!
How cool is that? Advice on what exactly to do from a pro shooter.
As you can see, to get better, you need to practice and dry fire is the best way to do so when you can’t get to the range. Over the winter, when the shooting season winds down for me, I dry fire at least twice a week.
It can be fun, but it is also a proven way to build your skills.