When performing dry-fire practice with an AR-15, there are a lot of reasons you might not want the bolt to lock to the rear. You can use dummy rounds, snap caps or other safety aids, but there’s another trick used in training circles requiring far less investment.
When you hunt dangerous game, the rifle you carry is one in which you want absolute confidence—confidence that’s gained through plenty of handling and shooting practice. Whether you pursue dangerous game or whitetail deer, this is some of the best advice on shooting that a professional hunter has to offer.
There are still more than 1 million pistols in circulation chambered for the .32 ACP, although, today, it is generally considered to be an outdated defensive cartridge.
For those who own and carry a double-action revolver, dry-fire practice can help build skills with trigger control and improve accuracy.