Dry Practice

Dry Practice: The Path to Competence and Confidence

Improve your marksmanship skills without spending a penny on ammo.

Review: Mantis Blackbeard X Training System

Hone your AR skills without leaving your home.

Mantis X10 Elite Review

Make dry practice at home more fun, and save money and time when you go to the range.

Surviving Ammogeddon: Low-Round-Count Training

Given today’s restrictive ammunition shortages, how can you best utilize your time and limited resources to maintain and even further develop your shooting skills? The short answer is to train smart by optimizing your firearms training.

Review: Strikeman Laser Training System

Laser-training devices are a great way to practice while conserving ammo, and a newcomer to the market has a product that mates nicely with a smartphone app to provide excellent feedback.

Dry-Fire Practice: Tips From an Old Hand

Growing up, Bart Skelton watched his dad, Skeeter Skelton, dry-firing guns on a regular basis to build his shooting skills. Here are a few things he's learned over the years.

Review: SharpShot EZ-Trainer Target

Looking to build your handgun-handling skills at home? The SharpShot EZ-Trainer is built for at-home drills and dry-fire practice.

Pistol Red Dots: Making the Most of a Slide-Mounted Optic

Pistols with red-dot sights are all the rage, but many shooters have specific difficulties resulting from years of practice with iron sights. Here are some ways to fix those problems and make the most of this relatively new, versatile optic for your handgun.

Dry-Fire Practice Tips for Defensive Shooters

With a safe and sensible approach, dry-fire practice can improve your technique and ensure you have the skills you need to defend yourself.

The Importance of Dry Practice

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

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