Training – Dryfire

“Learning how to operate your rifle doesn’t need to be a costly nor a time consuming endeavor.  Live-fire range time is important. But if you do not have a surplus of time or reasonable access to a range, you can train about 75% of what you need in your own home.  Throw some dots/tape marks up on wall and get moving.  You can work on stance, grip, movement and transitions with only limited space.  Reloads are always time well spent and be sure to work both bolt lock and sustained reloads.  Working on multiple targets and learning how to drive your gun to see/acquire multiple targets are skills that needs constant attention.  So if you happen to have 10 extra minutes in your day, grab your rifle and a couple empty mags and go do work.”

-Jason Gady

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