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More Buck for Less Bang

Along with preserving the Second Amendment, the NRA has strived to promote safe, responsible, and proper use of firearms for 143 years, a feat largely in part to the organization's certified instructor program.

The Truth About Practice and Drills

Here are some simple tips to make your shooting practice work better and improve your abilities.

The Importance of Dry Practice

Sheriff Jim Wilson explains the importance of practicing with an unloaded gun.

No Surprises

If I have heard it once, I've heard it a thousand times. "When you pull the trigger, it should surprise you when the gun goes off."

Feet First

Your feet might be the most important part of your shooting stance. Here's how to make sure your foundation is solid.

Dry-Fire Before You Buy

Don't buy a firearm before testing it. If you can't take it to the range first, try dry-fire. Otherwise, you might regret your purchase.

LaserLyte Reaction Tyme Training Target

Practice in the privacy of your own home without dipping into the ammo stash or cleaning powder residue off of the couch.

Laser Training Devices for Better Practice

Are they gimmicks or gear good enough to improve your shooting?

The Importance of Dry Practice

Dry practice is a great and inexpensive way to improve your gun-handling skills. Just remember safety is always the priority.

Unleaded Workout

Budgets and work schedules make it nearly impossible to find time—much less money—to send hundreds of rounds downrange every week. But with a safe and sensible approach, dry-fire practice can improve your technique.

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