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Dryfire USA

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by AlanM, Jul 15, 2011.

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  1. AlanM

    AlanM Member

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    Has anybody tried to get in touch with DryfireUSA? I have been trying for aproximately 4 weeks but have been unable to get in contact with them. Anybody have any ideas??? Tks

    Alan
     
  2. Jimmy Miller

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    I have spoke to Bob several times. You need to call him on central time
     
  3. AlanM

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    Jimmy

    I have tried at all different times, I know they are central time, but to no avail.

    Alan
     
  4. AlanM

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  5. Jimmy Miller

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    You should be able to reach him at 877-357-1485. I have better luck in the afternoon after 1p.m.

    Jimmy
     
  6. shot410ga

    shot410ga Well-Known Member

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    He's got a traveling show. I'm sure he's busy at this time of year.
     
  7. AlanM

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    I havent tried to call them yet, sat thru their demo at Ohio State shoot. Talking to them there they seemed to have a full schedule ahead of them. Did say that the Dad should be around to answer questions. I am curious of what people think of it that have actual expierence with it. It has me intrigued, but still little skeptical too.
     
  9. Charkat1

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    I own Dry Fire and love it. It does help. Bought it second hand from a guy who along with his wife dramatically improved their scores by using it regularly. Great to use in the winter months.

    Charlene
     
  10. AlanM

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    All is well that ends well. Got a hold of Bob today, unit ordered.
     
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    They were in Sparta for the last 5 days at SCTP Nationals.

    Loved watching the unit in action.

    Now, how can I convince my wife to let me buy one?

    PH
     
  12. knutershooter

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    what are they and how much????
     
  13. CLP101

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    My daughter and I tried it and I thought it would be great, just don't have the$$ for it. Then I found out a guy at our club has had it for a couple of years and loves it.
     
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    There are several packages. They go from $1184 up to $2338 for the " SCTP specials." We bought the #2 package at the SCTP nationals and we were told it will take a month or so to ship.
     
  15. AlanM

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    Just contacted them yesterday and placed my order. This should help with the winter boredum. Now I can shoot all winter and not freeze my but off and keep in practice.
     
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