2 comments on “5 Minutes A Day: Dry Fire

  1. “BRASS” is an acronym that stands for: Breathe, Relax, Aim, Sight, Squeeze. Using these steps helps a shooter become more consistent. In dry fire practice, repeating the words mentally as you’re going through the dry fire sequence helps set up a rhythm. We differ with one of the steps, though. DTG prefers, “Depress” instead of “Squeeze,” but it doesn’t fit into the acronym well. We train to depress the trigger straight to the rear. Thanks for stopping by!

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