Today, Riley Bowman and Matthew Maruster talk about dry fire strategies and specifically how to incorporate a shot timer into dry fire as is shown in the most recent Shooter Ready Challenge video found at https://www.shooterreadychallenge.com.
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Matthew and Jacob talk about the differences between visual and auditory stimulus in defensive firearm training. Are you doing your training right?
As an industry, we’ve become accustomed to auditory “go signals” in our competitive and defensive firearm training. This generally takes the form of an instructor or range officer standing behind you and giving a preparatory command such as “shooter ready, standby” and then a beep from a shot timer. Or perhaps in a class, an […]
A shot timer is one of those indispensable tools that everyone who is serious about self-defense and concealed carry should own and use on a regular basis. One of the most misunderstood aspects about this, is that people have no clue how a shot timer will help them out in a defensive scenario–thinking that they’re […]
We recently conducted a survey asking how often our readers engaged in live fire practice in anticipation of our newest product release, the Range Tech BT Shot Timer. The results of the survey, especially for the question about how often each person does live fire training, was interesting. The survey was answered by about 2,000 […]
In anticipation of the release of our new to market shot timer called the RangeTech Bluetooth Shot Timer, we did a fair amount of market research to understand what a sizable portion of you thought about shot timers. I have to say that some of the results of this survey surprised me. We’ll get to […]