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Share your drills that are fun to do

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Post by Merick 6/3/2022, 8:45 pm

Dry fire on a blank wall is good for what ails us, but it feels like an exercise in nihilism.

I'll post three repair centers in a triangle where none are horizontal or vertical to the others (eg.; 1, 5, &9 o'clock ) and put one shot on each until the all have 10, so I have to reset my npa between each shot. 

Double stack that with ball/dummy out of a revolver and suddenly it's real work. 

What are your favorites?

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Post by bruce martindale 6/4/2022, 1:57 pm

Dry fire with gun down at bench or in your lap.

Gets a real sense of trigger quality. Start at not touching and build continuously

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Post by Arthur 6/7/2022, 7:53 pm

Ball and dummy tells the truth.

Using your target guns to plink. I enjoy shooting clay birds at 25 yds at the stone quarry. 

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Post by jwax 6/7/2022, 8:18 pm

Get a decent air pistol. Pace off 10 meters. Place bullseye air target .
Put pellets in the middle. Costs pennies, max fun.
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Post by only_8_ring 8/20/2022, 3:21 pm

This week I'm trying to improve my slow fire scores after switching to a heavier gun. My (old) Ruger Mk IV weighs 1 lb 15 oz (880g) and my (new) Pardini SP weighs 2 lb 15 oz (1330g). I shot one local league match with the Pardini, and my slow fire scores later in the match really suffered. I think it's because of fatigue from not being used to the weight of the Pardini.

In order to improve, I'm doing:
- Hold drills with the Pardini while watching TV, 1 minute at a time
- Hold drills with a 1m string attached at one end to a small (1oz or less) object and the other attached to the end of my barrel
- Single shot slow fire dry fire
- Doing hold drills with a 5lb weight

It's boring, but it may get me those couple of points back!

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Post by dannyd93140 8/20/2022, 4:03 pm

I took pictures of the range scaled them into a power point file of 100 slides that are numbered and change every 5 seconds.  So I dry fire at least once a day to this presentation. Have one for 25 yards and one for 50 yards.

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