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Dry fire practice is probably one of the best training tools one can have.

A very good friend of mine and training mentor once told me, "Keith, anyone can punch holes in paper. The thing that sets target shooters apart from people who fight with guns, is how well they run it. What do they do when the gun goes click. Weapons manipulation is everything."

Weapons manipulation can be practiced a thousand times a day... for free. Draws, reloads, malfunction clearance, ect can all be done in your home. So when you go to the range you can focus on things that you need live fire to do. It saves money and increases your skills dramatically.
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