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Anybody use this to practice draw and fire drills. I've been using it at home for a week or so and it's helped my draw times to first hit. Been practicing at drawing and dry firing at a 5"X5" target. From surrender to fire in 1.2 sec. Not bad for an old guy who had never really practice drawing.



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Yep, but all I use is the timer. Good stuff.
 

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That is pretty slick! Wish I thought of it!
 

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that is very slick - thanks for posting - practice for USPSA, which I always need ;)

wifie is going to think I am nuts using this in front of big screen TV
 

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that is very slick - thanks for posting - practice for USPSA, which I always need ;)

wifie is going to think I am nuts using this in front of big screen TV
That's what I do, wife walks by and says "Are you ready?", "Standby" giggles and walks off.:)
 

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Nice, thanks for posting it
 

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that is very slick - thanks for posting - practice for USPSA, which I always need ;)

wifie is going to think I am nuts using this in front of big screen TV
And she's gonig to be really peeved if you forget to empty the live rounds first! :)
 

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I like Steve Anderson's book for dry fire drills




Matt Burkett's book
is a wealth of info as well.
 
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