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Old January 27, 2017, 06:10 PM   #26
ShootistPRS
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I use my dry fire practice to make the basics "automatic". Breathing, sight alignment, target acquisition, trigger pull, and follow through. I also recognize that it erases any tendency to flinch. It allows you to pull the trigger without the noise and recoil of shooting an actual bullet. It teaches the muscles that they can stay relaxed. That is a big thing when it comes to accuracy and consistency.
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