How much and how often do you dry fire your weapons.
Daily dry fire drills.
My primary match gun has tens of thousands of dry trigger pulls on it. Quality dry fire fine-tunes trigger control
, but helps gun handling and perhaps more importantly, vision skills as well, so the actual trigger pull is sometimes skipped when I want primarily work on gun handling and "seeing more".
Just as I'm my wasting time & ammo at matches if I haven't spent quality time at the range, I'm wasting time & ammo at the range if I haven't done my dry fire "homework". In the end, then, it all comes back quality dry fire practice. And, it's free, for Pete's sake!!
Why anyone who sincerely wants to become a better shooter wouldn't
dry fire is beyond me.