In this video tutorial Ken Scott, with the Provectus Group, demonstrates how your dry fire exercise should look once you’ve learned the 7 Fundamentals.
Dry Fire exercises should be conducted at home with an UNLOADED PISTOL (all ammunition should be stored in another room completely).
Once comfortable, it’s time to transfer the dry fire stroke from the house to the range.
IT IS VERY IMPORTANT to start off with SINGLE SHOT DRAW STROKES, ensuring each time that you are executing the fundamentals perfectly.
Once comfortable with the the single shot, work on adding multiple shots, ensuring that your fundamentals are correct between each shot.
It is very important to ensure that you take your time when conducting dry fire exercises, to ensure that you are practicing this technique with the correct fundamentals.
This is one of the best and quickest ways to become a proficient shooter.