This is Volume 2 in the Champion Shooting book series. The first volume Champion Shooting, a Proven Process For Success at Any Level, sets you on the path to improvement with the greatest impact for the effort you put in. It provides the foundation for a practice regiment and discusses all facets of training. One of the key aspects of practice discussed in the first volume is the notion of dry-fire. So we took this concept and elaborated on it with a focus on how to fit this method of practice into your overall regimen.
Whether it’s USPSA, IPSC, IDPA or Steel Challenge practical shooters always seem to be talking about dry-fire. It seems to be generally accepted that dry-fire is an important means of improving your shooting technique. There are many schools of thought pertaining to the use of dry-fire techniques as a means of improvement. Just about everyone thinks it is important, but most people do not seem to implement it into their regular training regimen. Many people use dry-fire extensively for a short time and then stop doing it. We are not quite sure why people stop training through dry-fire although there are many thoughts around this – it can be boring, mundane, not realistic, etc.
This book will help you gain an understanding of the following myths concerning its use as a training technique:
* You have heard that it’s boring? This book will disprove that.
* You will not learn anything by using it as a practice method, and you won’t get any faster even if you do? The drills within this book will disprove that.
* You do not know what to practice? This is a book filled with practice concepts.