Discussion in 'On Topic' started by jeri534, Jul 24, 2008.
steve anderson has a really good dryfire book. I use it from time to time. Mostly as punishment when somebody has no bussiness beating me beats me at a match. Really though it's pretty good. You do need to have a shot timer though.
Same dry fire book I subscribe to, Steve Anderson. Even Matt references Steve's book for dry fire practice. I've watched all of Matts videos. Also pick up Brian Enos book, if you want to get more into the "zen" of shooting. It's a difficult book to read though.
I have a hybrid dry fire routine I use now that I do that incorporates 80% of Steve's routines. I was going to do an EDU on my dry fire routine and my "dry fire cave" in my garage, can't be giving away all of my secrets now though. lulz
Come on AB, share the knowledge.