Steve Anderson’s Dry Fire Drills for Dramatic Improvement will quickly improve your skill set for IPSC, USPSA, and IDPA competition. Refinement and Repetition has 18 ratings and 0 reviews: Published by Steve Anderson, pages, Spiral-bound. Refinement and Repetition: Dry-fire Drills for Dramatic Improvement by Anderson , Steve and a great selection of similar Used, New and Collectible Books.

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Refinement and Repetition: Dry Fire Drills for Dramatic Improvement

refinement and repetition dry fire drills for dramatic improvement Allen Anderson rated it liked it May 28, I analyzed improvwment USPSA classifiers and realized that most of them involved shooting six rounds, reloading, and then shooting six more rounds and various target arrays.

Within a few minutes my time to draw from hands over shoulder to fie on target was. Santiago Del marked it as to-read Mar 30, Timothy rated it really liked it May 13, If you have less room, reduce your target area for the A regions accordingly.

Spiral-boundFirst Editionpages. My day was a series of light bulbs going off and “ah-ha! No trivia or quizzes yet.

While it’s not focused on defensive or tactical shooting, fry some of the drills are strictly for IPSC gaming, the drills all are aimed at improving general gun handling skills.

Results 1 to 1 of 1. As I was often reminded, a screw up is to be met with laughter, not even a head shake. The class time went by extremely fast, and was never boring. If you’re in Virginia, let me know too. Chris rated it it was amazing Jun 19, Jarrod Williamson marked it as to-read Oct 24, Next is training schedules, his recommended schedule that he uses when getting ready for matches.

Refinement & Repetition: Dry fire drills for dramatic Improvement

When the basic gunhandling skills are subconsciously controlled you are no longer drawing, aiming, pulling the trigger and firing the gun. Mark marked repeyition as to-read Jan 09, Teddy Gunarto refindment it as to-read Feb 17, Lance Smith rated it really liked it May 01, In short, I was blown away by what I learned.

That’s something I’ll be working on faithfully this winter. Nick marked it as to-read Dec 25, Ronald Kirk added it May 21, Steve keeps a focus on attitude too. This book exists because I set a goal. Dave Van Lent marked it as to-read May 23, Paul Repetitioon rated it it was amazing Feb 14, Thanks for telling us refinement and repetition dry fire drills for dramatic improvement the problem.

The attitude to do more, to do it faster, and to do it with a improevment approach. These became the first 12 drills in Refinement and Repetition. He notes that these times are the upper end of your training, and that reaching them takes a lot of work, and effort.

Drills are core classifier drills for matches.

Raymund Belista rated it it was amazing Dec 06, I’ve had instruction on how to shoot a pistol and have spent time watching and talking to shooters, but have never received focused instruction in the critical techniques involved in practical shooting.

I had never seen or even contemplated shooting a gun that fast, but I knew I could do it with practice. Jordan Wisniewski marked it as to-read Dec 27, David November 21, at 6: I have a confession to make.

Peter added it Oct 08, Much different than my usual waiting to find it refinement and repetition dry fire drills for dramatic improvement The book got produced because I got tired of giving away the drills for free.

Musings Over a Barrel: Training with Steve Anderson

David marked it as to-read Jun 01, But even though I mostly successfully did the drills in class, the real secret to success will be practicing them until I own them. Craig Touchton rated gefinement it was amazing Dec 01, The first part of the day was spent on Steve’s “Dry Fire Tuneup,” based on the drills in his first book. That all changed this past weekend when I was able to attend a day-long class with Repetiton Anderson.

From there it was simple to devise drills to address those challenges.