My dryfire range/kit

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My dryfire range/kit

Postby Charlie-2-6 » Wed Apr 08, 2015 1:13 pm

So in order to "beef up" my gun handling skills and practice some drills I came up with my home range and dry firing kit

dryfire01.jpg


got some 1/6th & 1/10th size targets, glued them on cardboard and stuck a magnet to them
pistola is a broken softair P226, colormarked blue to show it's safe/non-firing

dryfire02.jpg


and my "range", metal garage door in front & out of sight: steel storage racks to the sides, allowing me 180° movement, well technically 360 as there's a similar door to the back
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Re: My dryfire range/kit

Postby Globemaster » Wed Apr 08, 2015 3:25 pm

it's nice to see some creative ingenuity, in your practice process ... very cool :thumbs up:
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Re: My dryfire range/kit

Postby John A. » Tue Apr 14, 2015 6:46 pm

It's nice to hear from you Charlie 2-6. I'm glad to see you are doing well.

I like the indoor range. Gives me a few idea's of my own.

Hmmmm. :thumbs up:
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Re: My dryfire range/kit

Postby Charlie-2-6 » Wed Apr 15, 2015 6:55 am

John A. wrote:It's nice to hear from you Charlie 2-6. I'm glad to see you are doing well.

I like the indoor range. Gives me a few idea's of my own.

Hmmmm. :thumbs up:


Great !!! As long as I get the copyright, a 20% commission on all benefits, 10% royalties and any future spin-off of those ideas and absolutely NO responsibility when things go south. LOL

I know, it's been quite a while since I perused this forum (stupid filter at work even blocks this site during my lunch break, what better time to raid the internet and spread my chairborne wisdoms :wink:
Since the family schedule takes up a big chunk from my range time, I mostly can only attend matches, ergo I had to come up with something to get me the necessary triggertime and work on the skillz. Most of the drills are done with this broken softair P226, but I also try to put in some drills with the real steel pistola (after a godzillion checks that there's no life ammo within a square km). Not included in the pic is my smartphone with a timer app.

Next on the bucketlist is a CZ EVO 3 A1 softair from ASG, as I use the real deal in my LVR matches.
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