Posts Tagged ‘practice’
Own an AR-15? Check out the Blackbeard from Mantis
The Blackbeard AR-15 laser training device is relatively new to the market. However, it’s already dominating the competitive products in the space with its impressive features and performance. For those unfamiliar with how laser cartridges and laser training guns work in dryfire practice, I’ve included a link to the review of the Mantis Laser Academy.…Read More
S4E9: Throttle Control – What is it? And How Can We Practice it in Dry Fire?
Riley Bowman and Matthew Maruster discuss Throttle Control, what it is, what it isn’t, and how we can practice it in dry fire. This concept was recently featured on the latest Shooter Ready Challenge.Read More
S3E13: The Physical SECRET to Becoming Both Fast AND Accurate
Today, Riley Bowman and Matthew Maruster discuss the “secret” to being both accurate AND fast at shooting. We talk about one method for being able to develop the physical skill necessary to achieve this in dry fire practice, and this method was recently featured on the latest Shooter Ready Challenge.Read More
S3E12: Sub-Second Draws and Your Priorities with Bryan Eastridge
Today, Riley Bowman and Bryan Eastridge, Host of the Off Duty / On Duty Podcast, take on a topic that can be controversial at times…just how fast do you need to draw? And how do we properly prioritize our training and practice time to gain the most benefit?Read More
1 Question: Will Dry Firing Hurt My Gun?
A common question I get asked is, “will dry firing hurt my gun?” There are so many different answers that people don’t know what to believe. I want to cut through all confusion surrounding dry fire and its effect on handguns. So to correctly answer the question, first, let’s just briefly explain what dryfire is.…Read More
Do You Record Your Dry Fire Practice?
We need to get as creative as possible regarding our training regimen, especially during this ammo shortage. Lately, I’ve been doing dry fire practice in the comfort of my own home — my basement. However, I’ve recently realized how much I was missing out on by not recording myself during dry fire. Let me…Read More