You may have built up a pretty nice arsenal of firearms. But maybe life has gotten busy, and you can’t make it to the range as much as you’d like. You’re worried that your shooting skills are deteriorating and you don’t know how to find the time to improve them.
Or perhaps you go to the range on a regular basis and figure that the shooting you do is sufficient to improve your skills or keep your shooting ability up. Would you be surprised to know that that may not really be the case?
Regardless of your level of shooting expertise, dry firing can be just as beneficial as live firing. If you don’t already practice dry firing, there are numerous reasons you should start, and you’ll probably find that it makes you a better shooter. Head over to Survival Sullivan to find out why you should begin to practice dry firing.