Riley Bowman and Matthew Maruster discuss lessons we can learn from this one simple, low-round count drill known as the Mozambique Drill, or as has been also termed The Failure Drill. This was recently featured on the latest Shooter Ready Challenge.
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Riley Bowman and Jacob Paulsen with you our current approach to conducting dry fire practice SAFELY! Dry fire practice is important, it helps develop skill, but it should never come at the cost of injuring oneself or another person. There are simple things we can do to ensure a mistake is never made. We […]
Riley and Matthew discuss ways and strategies to track and analyze practice data, and not only that, but how to get the cleanest data to help you truly understand your skill level.
I want to answer two questions. First, why is an inert gun better than a cleared gun for dry fire practice? And secondly, what tools can you use to make sure your gun is not only clear, but that it’s impossible to make a mistake and unintentionally shoot a round in dry fire? The best […]
Riley Bowman and Matthew Maruster discuss how to practice in dry fire the “table start,” or grabbing the home defense pistol from the safe. This was recently featured on the latest Shooter Ready Challenge. Check it out at https://www.shooterreadychallenge.com and tune into today’s episode!
Dry fire is an integral part of training for any gun owner, but it can be dangerous if done incorrectly. Here are some tips to make the most of your dry fire sessions without putting anyone or any property at risk. Stories of unintended discharges during dry fire practice– Over the last few weeks, I’ve […]