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The Dry Fire Primer – Annette Evans
Filled with useful hints, tips and advice for shooters, The Dry Fire Primer by Annette Evans is a great guide for those unsure where to begin, and for experiences pistol shooters looking for new training techniques. Professional and competitive shooters all agree; dry fire training is the critical success factor when it comes to placing hits on target at speed. This book sets you off in the right direction.
Dry fire – practicing without live ammunition – is an essential tool for every gun owner who wants to learn how to handle his or her firearm more proficiently. It saves time and money while remaining an effective training method. If you’re interested in guns for a hobby, self-defense, or competition, this is a great book for your collection.
Many books that describe specific training regimens, but do not focus on the information you need to use them best. That’s where The Dry Fire Primer comes in. It bridges the gap between “I’ve heard of it” and “I’m going to be a dry fire maniac and use it to its greatest potential.”
Whether you’re brand-new to practicing at home without ammunition, or just feel like you could be getting a bit more out of it, this book is for you. It’s a great complement to reading Bruce Gray’s Zen and the Art of Hitting Stuff post on our website.
Dry Fire Primer Reviews
In the world of dry fire, there are plenty of great books out there that give you the drills you should practice. But those books do not explain to you the context of dry fire or how you should go about preparing your practice plan. … Annette Evans has give us the gift of those answers. – Ryan B.
One might wonder if there is anything left to say on the subject. However, the book takes a slightly different, but highly useful, approach to the topic. The book is not a compilation of specific drills. Instead, the author discusses in detail the reasoning and techniques behind dry fire practice. Annette Evens expands on the topics that others might only touch on in an introduction. – David T.