One of our favorite dry fire training tools just got better. L.A.S.R X now works with all devices, whereas the previous version only worked with certain devices like Windows operating system. L.A.S.R. X, or Laser Activated Shot Reporter X, now works with all Android and iOS smart phones as well as Windows and MacOS computers […]
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I’m a fairly open-minded guy and tend to lo at almost all gear as having its time and its place. Rarely do I find something and think, “every gun owner should have one of these.” This is one of those times. Before I tell you anything about BarrelBl let me also tell you that we […]
Fix that flinch with the empty case drill It’s the most common shooting error, one every shooter has done at least once, and one many shooters don’t realize they have. It goes by several names—the flinch, anticipation, and jerking the trigger are among the most common. While the problem may not be apparent to the […]
It is hard to say what are the best dry fire drills. But these drills are 3 that I use routinely in my dry fire practice routine. If you haven’t heard, we think dry fire practice is incredibly beneficial for anyone who shoots. Over the years we have published so many articles describing its benefits. […]
Here is a simple drill you can use to improve your trigger mechanics and tighten your groupings by using an inexpensive tool available from any gun store.
I have heard many instructors tell their students this: You have to be able to re-holster your firearm without loing down at your holster. My opinion on re-holstering is different than what many have been teaching for quite some time.