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DryFireMag: Practice for Free, Forever

There are only two things you must do to hit a target. Align the barrel and pull the trigger without moving the barrel. With the DryFireMag, you can practice the kind of trigger press that builds correct neural pathways. Trigger control becomes second nature.

Simple, yet elegant, DryFireMag lets you train trigger pull at home with absolute safety. You’ll feel the simulated trigger break and reset without needing to rack the slide! Train presentation, target transitions, one handed shooting and position shooting… at home…for free.

The biggest problem I see in my own shooting and among struggling shooters is anticipation of recoil. The best way to work through this and eliminate anticipation is dry fire. If you are working the slide for everytime you pull the trigger, you are wasting time and building bad habits.

The DryFireMag resets the trigger in your striker-fired pistol, so you can dry-fire practice without racking the slide between trigger pulls. Practice does not instill the dangerous muscle memory of racking the slide between rounds.

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My favorite use for my DryFireMag is shooting with Virtual Shot App.

The App turns your phone into a shooting gallery and DryFireMag gives you a realistic trigger feel as it activates the shots.

The Virtual Shot Pistol Mount attaches to the accessory rail under the barrel of a pistol. It turns your handgun into a dry fire shooting simulator.


I am a trainer and a shooter. I use DryFireMag daily for my own training and I use it for demos and with students in class. Dry fire is a vital training method, but it can be boring and build bad habits if done wrong. DryFireMag does it right.

At a cost of $98.99, most people think twice. With the price of ammo and range time, the value of a lifetime of training makes this a huge bargain. Click on the link to get your very own DryFireMag


About the Author /

Mark Miller is a former Customs Agent and a Green Beret who served in Afghanistan and a number of other live fire locations. A student of firearms and shooting, he is an FFL and a SOT. The guiding philosophy of his life is that terrain and situation dictate tactics and the enemy always gets a vote on any plan.

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