Train Daily with the gun you plan to carry or at least one very similar!
With the unprecedented ammo shortages we have now in 2021, shooters serious about keeping their skills tuned in have transitioned most, if not all of their range time, to dry fire training and systems like the Mantis X Dry Fire Training System & Training Aids for Home & Range Use.
Many might now say what they thought was a ridiculous, unnecessary, or even worst feature of a striker fired handgun, being a double strike or re-strike capable, has quickly become a favorite when racking a slide three hundred times with their Glock slows down training because it hurts!
One of the best guns for the money in my opinion, especially for price and availability and considering it’s close similarity to Glock feel and trigger is a Taurus G3C or even the G2C. Both of these cheaper guns, even cheaper than some realistic training guns feature a double strike or re-strike feature. Basically a double action striker fired pistol that you don’t have to rack the slide each time before your next dry fire shot.
After testing the Mantis X2 for strictly dry fire training, I have now purchased and am very happy with the Mantis X Laser Academy Kit to help with shot placement. The Taurus and those like them give us the ability to get more trigger time without tearing our hands up or having to wear one glove just to rack a slide or have to add a charging device like the Recover Tactical Charging Handles For Glocks just to enable easier charging.
Discuss your dry fire training preferences in the comments below.
Video: Understand why some say you might NOT want to train with the re-strike or double strike feature for carry purposes.
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Select HB258, HB436 and HB504 from the Montana Senate Judiciary Committee Hearing Agenda below the video.
HB258 | “AN ACT PROHIBITING THE ENFORCEMENT OF ANY A FEDERAL BAN ON OR REGULATION OF FIREARMS, MAGAZINES, AMMUNITION, AMMUNITION COMPONENTS, or FIREARM ACCESSORIES; and PROVIDING AN IMMEDIATE EFFECTIVE DATE AND A RETROACTIVE APPLICABILITY DATE.”
HB436 | “AN ACT revising weapons laws; providing that the carrying of a concealed weapon in a publicly owned and occupied building may not be limited by local government; removing the penalty for carrying a concealed weapon in a prohibited place; AMENDING SECTIONS 45-8-317, 45-8-321, AND 45-8-351, MCA; and REPEALING SECTION 45-8-328, MCA.”
HB504 | “AN ACT generally REVISING LAWS RELATED TO FIREARMS, WEAPONS, AND ACCESSORIES; PROVIDING THAT DURING A DECLARED EMERGENCY THE STATE MAY NOT CONFISCATE, PROHIBIT, OR regulate FIREARMS, COMPONENTS, accessories, OR OTHER WEAPONS; PROVIDING BUSINESSES RELATED TO FIREARMS OR WEAPONS MAY NOT BE RESTRICTED; PROVIDING EXCEPTIONS; AMENDING SECTION 10-3-114, MCA; and PROVIDING AN IMMEDIATE EFFECTIVE DATE.”
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We hear frequently from anti-gun entities and politicians that “90% of Americans support Universal Background Checks.” We all know that’s not even close, especially in Montana and that the only way to enforce such a tyrannical law is to require universal firearms registration. It’s more than likely the other way around, especially among Montana gun buyers, sellers and traders. Take the poll and tell us what you think in the comments.
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