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Practice your pull!

By Kelvin Dixon
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We all know that to be a great shot we need to practice but the vast majority of us don't get to the range as much as we would like. Even without the lockdown it can be difficult to find the time, most ranges are only open at certain times and then there's the expense of the ammunition as well.

 

Dry fire practice is one way we can improve our skills without leaving the house or spending money. Pretty much every shooting skill except recoil management can be practiced this way. The key to accuracy is consistency and we develop that through repetition.

 

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