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dry fire laser system whats your thought

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by poppat, Sep 3, 2012.

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  1. poppat

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    Anyone out there using the the dry fire laser system if so what do you think my son is starting his second year of ata and I want to give him the tools he needs to be better he does go to the range twice a week but he could also use this everyday lets hear your thoughts
     
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    I have one, and it works very well. It is a little strange to shoot without the bang, but the target flight paths are pretty accurate and leads seem to be real. PM me - I might be able to help you more.
     
  3. Jimmy Miller

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    since the two young men in the final for the 100k at the 2011 grand american both trained on the dry fire system these results should speak for themselves. It is a great system and will save time, money, and get results.
     
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    Excellent post Jimmy Miller
     
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    Save your money and buy a Terry Jordan wall chart!!!
     
  7. poppat

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    how does the wall chart work
     
  8. Jimmy Miller

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    I have both and find them both useful however the ability to see just where I fired in relation to the bird after the shot is invaluable, for me. I do enjoy working on the movement with my jordon chart but not the same as adjusting for the expected shoot conditions I will probable find at certain shoot sites and working on this format days before the begins competition.
     
  9. poppat

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    anymore opinions
     
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    I agree with Jimmy Miller! We have one for our youth shooting team and the kids love it. It is truly amazing what this system can tell you about your shooting. Very real and most of all the consistensy of gun mount and the upper body workout to make them stronger. Thumbs Up!
     
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    I can assure you, if you use Terry Jordan's wall chart, it will help your scores.

    I cannot attest to the dry-fire system, but it seems an enhancement over the wall chart, although it looks really costly.
     
  12. AlanM

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    I have one, it has helped tremendously. My scores have improved and as stated above, it helps with consistent gun mount. It shows where your pattern is and how well you have hit or missed the target. The program can also be adjusted for different conditions. Well worth the money.

    Alan
     
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    Look up dryusa on the internet and you should get their site.
    Alan
     
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    http://www.dryfireus.com/
     
  15. poppat

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    bought one today
     
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