ATTENTION Serious Shooter: Don’t spend another dime on ammo or firearms training until you read this important message about…
Dear Fellow Gun Owner,
If you’re like me, and every single shooter I know – from complete newbies just firing their first shots to world champions – you want to shoot faster, tighter and more accurate groups.
The problem is…
How do you acquire and keep the skills necessary to shoot fast, tight, accurate groups without spending all your time and money in the process?
I mean, not everyone is lucky enough to be a sponsored shooter with unlimited ammo and the time to put 10,000 rounds down range every month. (I wish!)
No… if you’re like most folks it’s all you can do in this economy to stay ahead of things.
And now ammo is double what it was a few short years ago! Who can afford to hit the range every week at those prices?
The frustrating part is
That means if you’ve ever take a defensive pistol class or a high-speed, multi-day training from a great local instructor or one of the big schools, like Gunsite, Thunder Ranch, Sig Sauer, Frontsight, or Blackwater… the skills and training you acquired will quickly dwindle right down the drain… along with all the money that you spent on them.
I’m David Morris, and if you’ve read my best selling firearms training book, “Tactical Firearms Training Secrets”, that I co-wrote with “Ox” with input from the former commander of the 19th Special Forces Group, Randy Watt, Retired Team 3 SEAL, Larry Yatch, and a handfull of other operators, high speed trainers, and competitive shooters, you already know that dry fire is the single best way to keep your skills primed and ready. (And in case you haven’t read my book, dry fire is practicing all of the functions and movements that you would normally do with your weapon–except without live ammo.)
You can always tell the guys at the range who dry fire—they perform at a level that seems impossible to mere mortals.
That’s because when you dry fire, you’re practicing everything up to the point where the weapon goes “bang.” In other words, all of the factors that determine where the bullet goes! (Once you hear the “bang,” the outcome is already fixed.)
And in the next few minutes, you’ll learn how to make that kind elite performance a reality for yourself…quickly and inexpensively.
Whether you have a micro-compact pocket pistol or a super-accurate $3,000 race gun, the biggest opportunity for improvement in your speed and accuracy is what YOU do up to the point where the trigger releases and the firing pin strikes the primer.
The great news is that with dry fire you can train everything up to the point where your weapon goes “bang” without the distraction of the gun going off, or the cost and time commitment involved with high-volume live fire training.
Yes, I know it’s fun to make things go “bang.”
But the simple fact is that the excited anticipation of the gun going “bang”… and the resulting kinetic effect on what the bullet hits… can easily distract you from the solid fundamentals you need to shoot fast, tight, accurate groups.
Dry fire lets you focus on the fundamentals…
Fundamentals can help you impress your friends, keep tight groupings and even win competitions if that’s your thing.
But Most Importantly…
Dry fire is widely recognized as the most effective, but…strangely…least used, firearms training technique known to man. Militaries around the globe, special operations units, (including ALL of the Tier I units like Delta and Team 6), Olympic shooters, and champion competition shooters have been successfully using dry fire training for decades.What’s more, Dry fire completely eliminates the obstacles of time and money so that you can maintain and improve your shooting skills at home to whatever level you choose.
To be fair, I’ve trained with dozens of high end instructors across the country and most of them preach the benefits of dry fire. But they don’t tell their students how to dry fire, or even give them the tools or a proven program to follow.
In fact, out of 30+ instructors that I’ve trained with, only one sent us home the first night with snap caps, a regimen to follow, and instructions not to come back if we didn’t practice. (I’ll share his contact information with you in a bit.)
Most of the rest leave it up to the student to figure out on their own.
Let me give you an example of a shooter named “Tommy.”
Tommy went to a $1,000, 5-day course where he trained with a cadre of incredible instructors and shot 3,000 rounds. At the end of the 5 days, his skills were sharp and he felt like he could have taken down Bin Laden in his compound all by himself.
Tommy went home and remembered that his instructors told him he needed to dry fire to retain his skills, so he practiced shooting bad guys on his TV a few times with an empty weapon—but that got boring pretty fast.
So, Tommy went online in search of dry fire exercises and spent the next 4 hours looking at an assortment of articles and videos that each showed 2 or 3 techniques apiece…most of which overlapped what the others already showed.
In the end, after spending all that time “researching” the free stuff on the internet, Tommy had 4-5 new drills to do, but he got bored with them within a week, stopped doing dry fire training, and his skills from his high dollar class petered out over the next few weeks.
By the time he shot with his friends again, his skills were barely better than before the course and all he had left were a cool cap, a high-speed shirt, a bumper sticker and some happy memories of his high-dollar, high-speed training course.
Just like Tommy, most people don’t dry fire (or stop dry firing) because they don’t know what to do or they get bored with the process really fast.
They know that dry fire is the single most effective tool to take them from where they are now to where they want to be as a shooter… they just don’t know how.
To be clear, it’s not the instructors’ fault–they’ve got an oppressively small amount of time to convey a lifetime of lessons and experience.
And that’s why I created Dry Fire Training Cards…
Dry Fire Training Cards –
The Best Way to Keep Your Shooting Skills
In Peak Condition All Year Long
Dry Fire Training Cards pick up where high-speed instructors leave off.
They are a collection of more than 50 dry fire training exercises and drills that cover firearms fundamentals, advanced concepts, dry fire exercise drills, dry fire complex movement drills, and low-light drills.
They’re not just my drills…they’re drills from retired SEAL, Larry Yatch; state based shooting expert, Matt Seibert; former US Army sniper and low light tactical training expert, Ed Santos; runner-up from season 3 of Top Shot, Mike Hughes, and more.
They don’t replace live training…they are a force multiplier that will allow you to create neural pathways (muscle memory) and hardwire perfect form into your subconscious mind faster (and cheaper) than what is humanly possible with just live fire or traditional dry fire alone.
That’s why the National Tactical Officer’s Association (NTOA) recommends them, Tier I and Tier II military units from around the globe use them, and police departments across the country use them.
Even better, there’s plenty of variety… so you won’t get bored!
And the best thing is, they’ll work seamlessly with whatever training you’ve had in the past.
With more than 50 dry fire exercises and drills contained in the Dry Fire Training Card Deck, you’ll always have another fun, powerful and exciting dry fire drill to look forward to!
Here’s Just a LITTLE of What You’ll Discover When You Get Your
Dry Fire Training Cards –
Want to know more, see sample cards, and read answers to common questions? Keep reading…
You’ll also get a series of semi-complex motions to do that are designed to develop neural pathways faster and deeper than “pure” dry-fire alone.
This is professional grade, cutting edge performance physiology that is incredibly powerful—and it’s delivered in a way that anyone can understand and benefit from it.
Some of these have an exercise component to them, and others are just specific movements combined with dry fire.
The highest of the high speed of these drills come from a friend of mine who was a SEAL with Team 3, named Larry Yatch. (You’ll learn more about him when you get your deck.)
AND, since 80% of armed defensive encounters happen in low-light conditions, you’re also going to get low-light drills that will help you “Own The Night.”
Besides helping you prepare for the conditions where 80% of armed defensive encounters occur, when you train to operate successfully in low light conditions and then add light, you’re just that much better.
These cards printed on high-end poker card stock so they’ll fit almost anywhere and are durable enough to last a lifetime.
(Amazingly enough, they’re printed on some of the best card stock in the world and the US printer I’ve been working with for the last 4 years actually sells to Chinese companies because they can’t match his quality!)
That’s why America’s elite military service academies choose to use dry fire training, as well as Army Special Forces (My brother is an 18A), the Navy SEAL BUD/S program (several of the drills come from former Team 3 SEAL, Larry Yatch) and more.
Dry Fire Training Cards will give you more dry fire training drills than any other product on the market. They’re fun, compact and easy to use…
And at a price you can afford.
What you’re really buying here is a training system that can help you perform at the level you need to with a weapon—no matter how stressful the situation or what the circumstances may be.
What’s that worth?
People currently pay thousands of dollars for ammo and training only to have their skills peter out unless they’re maintained.
Those skills are worth thousands of dollars and Dry Fire Training Cards will not only help keep them sharp… they can even help you improve on them.
But here’s the thing… these cards are expensive to produce in the US, plus I’ve got to shell out the money and pre-order thousands of decks just to get good pricing.
When I talked with firearms industry leaders and many of my Tier 1 buddies about what I should charge, I got back numbers all over the place…
$47 per set was the average, with $27 being the lowest, though a few said I should go as high as $97 because the drills they teach are a “must have” item for shooters… and that those drills would pay for themselves SO quickly that they’d be a bargain at those prices.
But through the years, I’ve always slept good at night knowing that I provide my customers with a LOT of value for their dollar.
I want to get Dry Fire Training Cards into the market, and help as many of my fellow shooters as possible, so I’m pricing these reasonably at $11 + $6 Flat Rate S&H!
However, right now you the chance to jump on a very special limited time offer.
The first printing of 10,000 sold out in weeks! The 2nd & 3rd printings went even faster. My printer has already told me that his prices are on the rise and the next printing will cost more.
Amazon has a couple hundred that you can buy for $17 +S&H by clicking >HERE<, (we’ve got 4.6/5 stars) but even they won’t last long…and you don’t get my bonuses when you buy from Amazon.
So, to take advantage of this special pricing, you must act immediately.
And if you take action now, I’ll also include these valuable bonuses:
And, just so you won’t have any excuse about getting started today you’ll also get:
Remember, this $11 special is only available for a limited time. Once the inventory runs down, I’ll be raising the prices again.
If you come back and you don’t see the special pricing, the bonus companion guide, or the bonus printable version of the cards, that means you missed out…so act now.
Look, I use these drills, our elite operators use these drills, and champion shooters use these drills…so there’s no question that you’ll see incredible results if you simply take a few minutes each day and use your Dry Fire Training Cards when you get them.
You’d have a hard time putting together this huge of a variety of dry fire exercises that reinforce each other, are practical, and don’t take a ton of setup & tear down time to use.
Besides that, card decks are the most useful format to use for dry fire drills. They’re easier (and more fun) than using your computer, a DVD, or a book.
And ANYTHING you can do to make dry fire drills easier and more fun means you’ll practice more often and become a better shooter in a shorter period of time.
But I still understand that you might still have doubts. And that’s why I’m going to invite you to be a part of my 21 Day Challenge AND offer you a full money back guarantee.
Here’s how they work:
I got the idea for a 21 day challenge from a friend of mine, Pat Kilchermann – who I’ll tell you more about after you get your cards – and it is brilliant.
Grab 2 identical targets and 20-50 rounds of ammo. Go to where you normally shoot and shoot half of the rounds at the first target. Save the rest, go home, and use my Dry Fire Training Cards for just 15 minutes per day for the next 21 days.
At the end of 21 days, go back to the range, shoot the 2nd half of your ammo at the 2nd target and compare the two. (Actually, I’d love it if you would take the time to snap a couple of pictures of your targets and send them to me to share with others – anonymously, if you’d like)
After 21 days, if you’re not absolutely THRILLED with how much you’ve improved, simply send me your before and after targets and your Dry Fire Training Cards in “like-new” condition and I’ll refund your full purchase price.
How can I make that kind of guarantee?
These drills have been proven to work by the apex of elite shooters and the ONLY way that you won’t shoot better after getting Dry Fire Training Cards is if you make the choice to refuse to train.
And, actually, if you’re the kind of weak-willed person who might roll over, give up, not use the cards, and then say they don’t work and ask for a refund, then please don’t waste your time or mine by buying them in the first place.
But, since you’re the type of person who values firearms training enough to read this far, I think it’s safe to say that you and I are cut from the same cloth.
You are determined to become a better shooter, are willing to put in 15 minutes per day, and wouldn’t pull hurtful shenanigans like that on a fellow shooter :)
Here’s to better shooting and tighter groups,
p.s. I wasn’t kidding about the special offer. I’ve already raised the price once.
p.p.s. You can order as many card decks as you like and you’ll only pay the $6 shipping ONCE. Be sure to buy extra decks for your friends, family and shooter buddies.
-Won’t Dry Fire Hurt My Gun?
Answer: If your gun is a quality factory made (preferably US, Israeli, or European made) handgun that was made since Reagan beat Carter and is a center-fire (not rimfire like .22), then you’re good to go. In fact, many handgun manuals explicitly say that it’s fine to dry fire. If you have any doubts, read your manual, contact the manufacturer, or ask a local gunsmith.
-I’ve trained with the best instructor at the best school in the world. Are you going to try to change my technique?
Answer: No. Dry Fire Training Cards will not replace current techniques that you have. They are not dogmatic and if you’d compare them to a country, they’d most resemble Switzerland–everyone gets along with Switzerland. Dry Fire Training Cards are designed so that every single instructor and school in the country can confidently sell them with the knowledge that the drills will help their students. In fact, I’m open to making custom decks for schools that are interested in having their branding and verbiage on the cards.
The purpose of Dry Fire Training Cards isn’t to teach technique, it’s to help you take the best technique that you already know and help you develop neural pathways so that you can execute solid fundamentals (rather than spraying and praying) under stress.
-I’m a newbie shooter. Will Dry Fire Training Cards work for me?
-I’m a special forces firearms instructor at the Special Warfare Center and School. How in the heck will your cards help a bad ass like me?
Answer: Dry Fire Training Cards will help any shooter who wants to improve their speed, accuracy, and precision. One problem with traditional dry fire training is that if you do the same dry fire training all the time, the mind learns to filter it out and the neural pathways don’t translate over to live fire.
The variety of exercises in Dry Fire Training Cards and the multifaceted approach means that your mind will get enough variety to be stimulated and for growth to keep happening.
Dry Fire Training Cards are designed to work best after a shooter has received SOME instruction from a qualified instructor…preferably an NRA, law enforcement, or military instructor with proper emphasis on safety and correct form.
This means that if you’ve trained at high end national schools like Frontsight, Gunsite, Suarez, Sig, ICE, Blackwater/Xe/Academi, Costa Ludas, Thunder Ranch, or any of the thousands of elite local trainers across the country, these cards will help drive home the lessons you paid to learn. Put another way, they’ll convert the techniques that you paid to learn and know in your head into skills that you can actually depend on under stress.
-I’m in horrible shape. Will Dry Fire Training Cards work for me?
-I’ve got nerve/muscle issues that cause the shakes. Will Dry Fire Training Cards work for me?
-I’m a world champion fitness guru. Will your Dry Fire Training Cards work for me?
-I have a non-functional/amputated limb. Will your Dry Fire Training Cards work for me?
Answer: Dry Fire Training Cards are not dogmatic and users can alter the drills so that they are more or less challenging without compromising the benefits of the drills. As you find drills that work particularly good for you, I’d ask that you email them to me so that I can share them with others.
Every single person is going to have a performance ceiling. If you’ve got the shakes or are in your 80s and out of shape, your groups won’t be as fast, tight, and accurate as if you were in the best shape of your life, but the drills WILL still help you shoot better.
A lot of shooters that I know (my 77 year old mother included) can’t shoot as much as they like anymore because of hand and wrist pain, but still view their firearms as a primary self-defense tool. Dry fire is a perfect tool for people in this situation.
-Are Dry Fire Training Cards safe?
-Won’t I put a hole in my TV if I do dry fire?
In this day and age, nothing is safe. If you try to eat Dry Fire Training Cards, you could choke, get indigestion, or some other crazy problem. You could get a paper cut from Dry Fire Training Cards. If you roll a card up, you could probably shove it in your ear and do some pretty good damage. I’m not joking with these examples—simply highlighting how warped our society has become in regards to “safety” and blame. In short, they’re not safe and if that’s a concern, you probably shouldn’t buy them.
Using Dry Fire Training Cards is another matter. By definition, dry fire training is responsible training with a weapon platform without any ammunition present or training, an inert weapon platform, or with a simulated weapon platform. You can still get hurt if you fall on it, trip and fall while doing a drill, etc.
But, if you have a negligent discharge during your training, then you weren’t doing dry fire. Dry fire is responsible training with a weapon platform without any ammunition present, an inert weapon platform, or training with a simulated weapon platform. If a live round of ammunition gets introduced into the mix, it is not dry fire and it is not an accident—it’s negligence and it’s your responsibility to keep it from happening.
When you order your Dry Fire Training Cards, I’ll share a handful of quick resources with you for safer dry fire training, but it’s important to remember that the purpose of a firearm is to project massive kinetic force and penetrate objects at a distance and anything you do with a firearm includes a significant amount of risk.
Adults who own firearms should have all firearms in their house secured so that unauthorized users can’t access them. It is their choice and responsibility, not mine or the cards, to determine who has access to the firearms. That being said, the drills can be done with inert training platforms like blue guns, SIRTs, or even kinetic platforms like airsoft (with the approval and supervision of the parent).
In addition, once you’ve done the drills for real and can see yourself doing the drill in your mind, Dry Fire Training Cards can be used for mental rehearsal without any platform whatsoever—just by going through the drills in your head. In fact, mental imagery (without physical movement) is a way that you can do firearms training on ANY commercial airline flight in the world—or even while you’re going through airport security…that is, until they start arresting people for thought crimes.
The terminology used in Dry Fire Training Cards is directed towards semi-automatic firearms shooters because that is what most people carry for self-defense purposes. Again, since the cards are fundamental and not dogmatic, they will work for revolvers as well as they work for semi-automatics. A few of the cards won’t be applicable (like malfunction drills) but the majority will be.
-I’m an instructor and I want to give/sell Dry Fire Training Cards to my students so they can retain the skills that I teach them after class. Can I buy cards at wholesale?
-I own a gun store/sporting goods store/internet store/gun show table and I’d love to sell Dry Fire Training Cards. Can I buy cards at wholesale?
YES! We love our resellers and have a number of high quality physical products that you can profitably sell. Simply contact Evan at wholesale at surviveinplace.com (get rid of the spaces and replace “at” with @) and he’ll get you pricing.
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