Refinement and Repetition, Dry Fire Drills for Dramatic Improvement, by Steve Anderson. $ $ After buying his first Open gun, Steve Anderson. Buy a cheap copy of Refinement and Repetition: Dry Fire book by Steve Anderson. Free shipping over $ Today I get a lesson from Dry Fire guru himself, and author of "Refinement & Repetition", Mr. Steve.
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The cause of the problem is quickly found and resolved. Next he goes refinement and repetition the progression method used in the book. It is based on baseline par times.
Refinement & Repetition: Dry fire drills for dramatic Improvement
Next is training schedules, his recommended schedule that he uses when getting ready for matches. The book has a total of refinement and repetition drills.
Drills are core classifier drills for matches. He recommends you perform drills every time you dry fire, and alternate between the other sets for every other session.
He goes into draw methods, and some tips he's used to speed up his draw times. He then addresses multiple shot drills in dry fire for various platforms 's, glocks, revolvers, etc The drills themselves are laid out refinement and repetition diagrams and text boxes explaining the drill target setup, number of repetitions recommended, what it helps improve, and tips for improvement, as well as base times for Open Grand Master qualifications.
From there it was simple to devise drills to address those challenges. These became the first 12 drills in Refinement and Repetition. I set out to make GM.
The book got produced because I got tired of giving away the drills for free.