30+ years of training has taught us... the shooting environment is totally critical to what you absorb and retain in regards to "firearms instruction"

Discipline yourself to do what you must in terms of your dry fire routine so that your shooting stays sharp.


After a long days work when you get home the last thing that is on your
mind is “oh let me go put on my holster and pistol and go through a few

But point in fact it is exactly the kind of thing that must happen if this
skill is to serve the individual in the moment.

Josh Duhon
Class Coordinator/Instructor
Texas Pistol and Rifle Academy