Training efficiently

LMS Defense instructor Mike Perez explains why a “dry fire routine is absolutely critical in weapons training; not only for keeping our skills sharp, but for taking our skills to the next level.”

…a few short minutes a week can not only help maintain our skills but actually improve them. None of this is really news but here’s the rub: An unorganized dry fire practice routine can be just as inefficient if not as wasteful! So often we practice things at home dry and then get to the range and practice something completely different live. That’s like an athlete training for a marathon by running sprints. Our live fire practice should be a verification of the things we practice and learn in dry fire practice.

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