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Old December 12, 2018, 05:45 PM   #20
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I agree with Don. It's sight alignment and trigger control. That can absolutely be practiced with dry fire, and should be. It's not about imagining yourself hitting, this isn't the Music Man. It's about monitoring that sight alignment throughout the trigger press. Mixing dry fire in while doing live fire is also helpful. Mixing snap caps in is a great way to catch yourself doing things you might not otherwise realize.

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