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Training Tip of the Day 18-08

Training Tip of the Day 18-08---Use of Dummy Rounds. Many shooters recognize the value of using dummy rounds for dry fire practice, but dummy rounds can also be an incredibly useful training tool during your live fire sessions. By randomly loading dummy rounds into your magazines you will be able to recognize and assess excessive movement in your gun when the shot breaks that you might not otherwise notice. Furthermore, you will get the opportunity to practice clearing malfun...ctions in a smooth, reflexive, and efficient manner. The majority of high level shooters agree, using dummy rounds during live fire sessions will help you to improve on many levels. Come train with us on Sunday, April 29th, at AKKA for a Kids Handgun Safety Course and THREE Handgun Mastery seminars. Sunday, May 20th is our next high-energy Concealed Carry Course. Finally, don’t forget to pick up your copy of FUNDAMENTAL HANDGUN MASTERY on Amazon in E book or paperback. You are going to love it!

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best custom paper writing service on Wednesday, June 20, 2018 11:06 PM
Good read. Thank you for posting this. I want to be a professional marksman someday and would like to learn these tricks and get some pro tips as well. I'm still pursuing my studies so maybe not another year or two. I really think that there are more instinctive things to learn in the range than just firing and hitting targets. Also, discipline and a clear mind is a need to maintain proper firing etiquette. Would like to see more from the masters like you guys.
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