Top shooters spend more than half of their firearm practice hours in dry fire. Dry fire practice is working on firearm shooting skills without live ammunition.
If the only practice you ever get is in on a live range with live ammunition you will never practice enough to build the skills to a point of expertise. – Jacob Paulsen
ConcealedCarry.com and Shooter Technology Group have teamed up together to put together the Ultimate Dryfire Training Program. Essentially, this course is designed to do three things:
- Teach you all the core shooting skills
- Show you how to practice each of those skills in a dry fire environment
- Introduce you to tools you can use to safely conduct dry fire practice in your own home
How Does This Online Course Work?
Once you finish checkout, you can access the course. It is broken up into 5 core modules plus the introduction and conclusion. You can go through the course from any computer or internet connected device. You do NOT have to go through the entire course at once. Our website will remember where you left off and help you track your progress. In total this course consists of 3 hours and 57 minutes of video. All video is fully close captioned for your convenience.
Lessons in this course include:
- Top Five Myths of Dry Fire
- Too Much Live Fire?
- Booger Hooks and Bang Switches
- Grip and Natural Point of Aim
- Trigger Manipulation
- Draw Variations
- Point Shooting
- Get Off The X
- Drawing While Moving
- Target Transitions
- The Sweep and Simulating a Moving Target
- Shooting Around Cover
- Egress From Vehicle
- Concealed Carry and Cold Weather
- Single-Handed Manipulation
- Shooting From Various Positions
- Concealed Carry Warmups
- Target Transition Analysis
- Miss Punisher
- Dot Drill
- Near Far Drill
- Four to Go
- Call Positions
- Get Out of Your Box
About Your Virtual Instructor
John served more than 6 years in the United States Army as an Infantry Fire Team Leader, and also has experience as a Small Kill Team Leader, and Squad Leader. He completed one 15 month tour in Iraq and a 12-month tour in Afghanistan. John is an occasional competition shooter, certified NRA and law enforcement firearms instructor, has previously been a certified EMT, and worked for the Army Reserves as a Combat Trainer and Small Group Instructor.
After leaving active duty in 2011, John started providing firearms and tactics training through his business; MWTS, LLC. His dedication to both learning and teaching is what brought about the foundational idea for LASR, as well as many of the features and modes within the software. John enjoys providing a useful training tool to shooters of all disciplines.