So many of you wanted to learn how to get the trigger to move with a Glock handgun in dry fire mode. Here is a little trick I learned…
Today I shoot a Steel Challenge type match. I also go over my methods of shooting each stage and we get an impromptu interview with Anthony Cruz from “The Shooter’s Mindset”.
Dry fire or dry practice is the building block of any training program. Unless you live on a range with access to thousands of rounds, you need to be dry firing, at least 10 minutes a day.
The Grip is something that I learned is almost important as the trigger pull. I’ve noticed that larger people have an advantage when it comes to grip. Watch this and leave a comment if you agree..
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