A few months ago our friend, The Tacticallopath, posted one of the most intriguing dry fire tips I've seen in a very long time. This isn't some secret sauce technique to shoot with laser precision, or "one weird trick" to improve split times. Instead, this is a tip for setting up your space for more effective practice sessions. Check out his video below.
While I haven't implemented this idea in my home yet, I definitely see it in my future. Hopefully this helps some of you with your dry fire practice, just as it's improved his. If you haven't already, go give The Tacticallopath a follow, he a good resource and a friend of Primer Peak.
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