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Pistol training #8161374 02/09/21 02:08 AM
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Anybody had any experience with a dry fire pistol training system?.... Looking for recommendations on one. Thanks

Re: Pistol training [Re: Troy king] #8161810 02/09/21 02:46 PM
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1. Drop your mag
2. Unload your gun
3. Check again
4. Stand about 1 from a light switch
5. Pull the trigger and watch your front sight move out of the box or on the edge
6. Keep doing it until the front sight doesn’t move out of the switch box
7. Once your good at doing it slow, speed up and watch how you’re not as good as you thought when your slow
8. Do This hundreds of times

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Originally Posted by Brother in-law
1. Drop your mag
2. Unload your gun
3. Check again
4. Stand about 1 from a light switch
5. Pull the trigger and watch your front sight move out of the box or on the edge
6. Keep doing it until the front sight doesn’t move out of the switch box
7. Once your good at doing it slow, speed up and watch how you’re not as good as you thought when your slow
8. Do This hundreds of times

Really good with one of those laser trainers


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Originally Posted by Brother in-law
1. Drop your mag
2. Unload your gun
3. Check again
4. Stand about 1 from a light switch
5. Pull the trigger and watch your front sight move out of the box or on the edge
6. Keep doing it until the front sight doesn’t move out of the switch box
7. Once your good at doing it slow, speed up and watch how you’re not as good as you thought when your slow
8. Do This hundreds of times


Once you get the above drill down, start doing it after drawing from the holster with an UNLOADED handgun. Draw while keeping support hand close to chest, clear holster, turn muzzle towards target, assume two handed grip without putting support hand in front of muzzle, punch out towards target, sight alignment, trigger press.

Make sure your handgun is completely unloaded and no live ammunition is in the room with you.

Did I mention do the above with an completely unloaded handgun?

Just my .02,
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Re: Pistol training [Re: Troy king] #8161829 02/09/21 03:00 PM
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That is an excellent book.


"Whitetail Deer are extinct because of rifles with telescopes mounted on them." - My 11th Grade English Teacher
Re: Pistol training [Re: LeonCarr] #8164455 02/11/21 01:19 AM
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Thanks!

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Mantis is one of them.

Re: Pistol training [Re: Brother in-law] #8167166 02/12/21 11:03 PM
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Originally Posted by Brother in-law
1. Drop your mag
2. Unload your gun
3. Check again
4. Stand about 1 from a light switch
5. Pull the trigger and watch your front sight move out of the box or on the edge
6. Keep doing it until the front sight doesn’t move out of the switch box
7. Once your good at doing it slow, speed up and watch how you’re not as good as you thought when your slow
8. Do This hundreds of times


Don't forget to record you doing it so you can post it on YouTube!


roflmao

Re: Pistol training [Re: Troy king] #8167510 02/13/21 03:05 AM
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Been using LaserHit. Works pretty well for what it is.

Re: Pistol training [Re: Troy king] #8168126 02/13/21 05:47 PM
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Got the laser hit and like it thinking about picking up the mantis


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