07/24/21 Beginner Firearms Dry Fire Training
Duration: 4 hours
There are no upcoming classes scheduled for this course.
Frequent practice and many repetitions will reinforce, maintain and improve:
While many ranges limit your ability to dry fire train, it is none the less one of the most important skills that you will ever learn. Being able to pull a trigger means very little if you do not have the muscle memory and proper fundamentals to go with it.
- General shooting skills and safety habits
- Shooting fundamentals (grip, extension, stance, aiming, trigger control, hold control, breath control, follow-through)
- Shoulder, arm and hand muscles necessary for a steady hold
- Hand-eye coordination
- Eye muscles and focus
- A proper, smooth draw and presentation
- Quick target acquisition
- "Muscle memory"
Basic, NRA Courses, Scenario Based Training
Holster that fits your gun
Pen and paper