Grooving Bad Habits

An older article, but absolutely spot on advice. Dry fire and malfunction drills are not the same thing. Both have value, and dry fire has proven in my own experience to be far more valuable both as a shooter and as a teacher.

Firearm User Network

Too often, tactical types just don’t get it. They avoid improving obvious, useful (though less flashy) skills in favor of fixating on rare, edge cases.

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