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Live fire VS Dry fire

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There is always a certain group out there that believes that much of the training process must take place in a live fire setting. We at Texas Pistol and Rifle feel that especially when it comes to handgun manipulation the best approach is with dry fire. It is less expensive, more do able for most people on a regular basis. More importantly if it is done on a regular basis it can dramatically improve a shooters ability to be effective with that tool.

Josh Duhon
Class Coordinator/Instructor
Texas Pistol and Rifle Academy