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Old November 2, 2012, 03:04 PM   #2
4EVERM-14
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I haven't run into a solution for the rifle you have. But you should still continue even without the laser.
Dry firing is by far one of the best ways to improve ones ability to hold and release shots. Additionally the process of getting into position is valuable training. IMO having to break position is not a bad thing but actually beneficial. Keep dry firing any way you can. It really works.
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