Unless we are getting paid for just sitting around, the value of time is relative to what we are doing at the time. In other words, since we all have the same amount of time in a 24 hour period, what we do with that time is what determines its value. About now you may be thinking “What does any of this have to do with firearms or marksmanship?”
When we consider the cost to fire each round, that cost is directly proportional to the number of times we send a bullet down range. If you are like me, you don’t have unlimited funds or time to practice being consistent by executing firearms drills hours on end. Nor are you sponsored by an ammunitions manufacturer to be able to shoot hundreds of rounds down range per session. Therefore I present to you for your consideration: Dry Practice Training = Zero bullets fired, zero dollars spent. The rate of return on the time spent performing dry-practice drills can be invaluable… Especially in a life or death situation.
There are numerous articles written and YouTube videos uploaded on doing dry-practice (also called dry-fire). I prefer to use the term dry-practice instead of dry-fire because we are not firing a round. Rather than writing yet another article on the importance and value of dry-practicing, click on the following link.