“Ox,” one of the co-creators of Dry Fire Training Cards filmed himself shooting a couple of mags of 9mm out of his Glock 17 after 6+ months of using Dry Fire Training Cards for 10-15 minutes a day.
He shot a few monthly competitions (4?), a few (4?) timed fun shoots, and 2 qualifications, but did no live fire training for the entire 6 months.
The first video is a 17 shot, one hole group from 11 feet in 10.5 seconds.
Ox REALLY wanted to be under 10 seconds, so he sped up a little bit for the 2nd mag, got his time down to 8.5 seconds, and still kept the rounds in one (slightly bigger) ragged hole.
Notice the acceleration of the cadence as he got in tune with the gun and stopped looking at the target to verify the shots.
Each shot was aimed with individual sight pictures. There were no double taps, point shooting, or controlled pairs. He admittedly mashed the trigger and threw the third shot slightly.
The core foundation that he locked in with Dry Fire Training Cards was the Deadly Accuracy one-hole-group shooting system (TacticalFirearmsTrainingSecrets.com/insight)
This isn’t a claim of being the best, fastest, or most accurate, but it does show what kind of performance in terms of speed and accuracy is possible by using Dry Fire Training Cards in your living room for a few minutes per day.
Will it take 6 months to get these results? Probably not–3-6 weeks is a lot more reasonable. The whole reason we chose 6 months was to highlight the potential of using ONLY dry fire. If he would have added in 1 box of live ammo every month or so, the speed and accuracy would have been even better.
As it is, he did 50-100 repetitions of dry fire most days for 6 months. Let’s say it was 6 days a week for 26 weeks and 50 rounds per day. If ammo was $300 per thousand, that means that it would have taken almost 8,000 rounds and $2,400 + range fees + travel time to get the same amount of practice doing live fire!
That’s the true power of Dry Fire Training Cards…they are the quickest and most affordable way to achieve high levels of speed and accuracy with a pistol.
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