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Dry Fire Accountability


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Was dry firing yesterday and found a nice trick to keep from "cheating" my sight picture. I committed myself to taking a "make-up shot" (in this case sight picture) for any shot I called that wasn't an A or else a steel hit (on mini-poppers). I noticed that by simply committing to this, I was much more deliberate in making my first "shot" count. I tried this out in live fire and it works just the same.

In a match, I'd want to take a make up shot for any bad shot (be it a miss on steel or an unacceptable hit on paper) so it doesn't hurt to have the same policy in dry fire. Plus it really forces you to make the hits count when it is easy to cheat and try to make the par time.

Give it a try, it seems to work!

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