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Thinking about buy a Dry fire system

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Flinch king, Apr 9, 2012.

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  1. Flinch king

    Flinch king Member

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    I'm thinking about purchasing a Dry Fire system. I saw the demonstration at the Ohio State shoot last year and was amazed. I think it would help with moving the gun ( I don't need help with the flinching part, I've got that down pat). And the valued information of where the shot actually was on the target would be priceless.I would like to know if anyone is currently using the system and how it has helped them. Also, is it user friendly and dependable.
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    Brian Seibert - Flinch king
     
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    Save your money and buy a Tery Jordan wall chart!! my 2 cents. Rooferbob
     
  3. AlanM

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    I have one and think it worth the money. Has helped with the movement of the gun and keeping wood on the wood. If I can operate it anyone can, as I am computer illiterate.

    Alan
     
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    j2jake Well-Known Member

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    I highly recommend it, very realistic simulator. Only thing lacking is recoil. You get instant feed back on your shots. Wife uses one and it has gotten her to the point she can now beat me on occation. INMHO it is worth the time and money if you use it. Also the folks at Dry Fire are top shelf when you need help. Jake
     
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