Dry Fire Training Cards 21 Day Challenge Course Comments

 

IF you are on this page it means that you have completed the 21 Day Challenge. I am so excited that you have invested in these 21 days and in your firearms proficiency.

If you have seen any improvement in your performance or accuracy please let us know by commenting below!

Thanks again for your participation and support!

~Ox

20 Comments

  • Dwayne odell

    Reply Reply August 13, 2016

    Sirs
    I have not completed the course yet due to my work schedule, but what I have done seems to be top notch training. Thank you very much. I Can’t wait to finish. I will be at some point working through it with my shooting buddy.
    Thanks again
    Big D

  • Christopher

    Reply Reply August 25, 2016

    OX,

    I have enjoyed the 21 day Challenge. My skills have improved greatly. I am now going to use the same skills I have learned to help my wife improve her shooting skills. Your program is/was a great help.
    Thank you, I look forward to learning more from you.

    Thanks again,
    Christopher

    • Ox

      Reply Reply August 25, 2016

      Thanks, Christopher…and congratulations!

  • David Hamilton

    Reply Reply August 26, 2016

    Excellent course, I’ve already have seen improvements in application. Still cycling through the drills.

  • Robert Hudson

    Reply Reply August 27, 2016

    Yes I have completed the course. Being a correctional officer I have to qualify and do shoot and practice as much as possibly but due to having to have a certified range master on site it is difficult at best. This course has taken me from an average 3-4″ groups down to 1-2″ with an increase to 95-98% hit ratio at 3-25 yds required for qualifying. GREAT COURSE.

    • Ox

      Reply Reply August 27, 2016

      That’s awesome, Robert! Great job and thanks for the feedback.

  • Dale K

    Reply Reply September 2, 2016

    Quite often I work 16 hour days; and because of that the 21 days will more than likely be 42 :). However, slower as it may be, I have noticed improvement in my skills. It’s a great course and I thank you.

    Dale K

  • Doug Hawkins

    Reply Reply September 12, 2016

    Travel is slowing me down, but excellent training.

    I think you’ve missed one of the cheapest ways of rendering your semi auto gun safe, This is a brightly colored nylon rope. Melt one end so that it will NOT enter the barrel. Pass the other end through the barrel and down the mag well, preventing either bullet or mag from being inserted, and giving visual proof. For mag changing practice, a shorter piece that will enter the chamber but not go through the barrel will prevent a round going into the chamber.

    I used this rope trick for years before I got my sirt and it is very effective for dry fire and drawing practice. I hope it helps others on a tight budget.

    Thanks, Doug

  • Jay

    Reply Reply September 19, 2016

    Just started. I did pick up an SIRT pistol though. Have been dry firing the SIRT and have done Day 1&2 of your course. Went to the range yesterday and am seeing my groups tightening up and moving from 7 o clock to a more centered group and tighter.

  • Bill Edwards

    Reply Reply October 2, 2016

    I enjoyed the course. My before and after did not show marked improvement in grouping but time for 15 rounds was 17 seconds faster. I plant to keep repeating the practices.

    I sent my picture.

    All the best,

    Bill

    • Ox

      Reply Reply October 3, 2016

      That’s a HUGE improvement, Bill! Great job.

  • Kevin Nielsen

    Reply Reply October 10, 2016

    Finished the course 9/29/2016 took a few days off to go up north then a few days to review some drills i struggled with. I am happy to report i just had the best IDPA shoot i have ever had in the last 4 years,,( only 15 pts down ) came in 10 th place out of 36 shooters in my ssp, unclassified division. Not bad for a 60 yr old with bad knees and just two yrs out from back surgery for spinal stenosis. I will continue to do the drills because they are definitely helping me become a better shooter.

    • Ox

      Reply Reply October 11, 2016

      That’s awesome to hear, Kevin! Congratulations.

  • Karie

    Reply Reply October 17, 2016

    I bought 5 packs of the dry fire training cards. Giving them to my adult boys as a Christmas stocking stuffers. I personally did a few of the drills and really felt like they were very beneficial. I can’t wait to practice these skills every day with my sons.
    We went target shooting yesterday at the range and my grouping was tighter and I felt like I had slightly increased in speed even though I haven’t done all the drills yet. I really feel like the dry fire training system will allow for improvement without having to spend a lot of time/money on ammo and range time. But let me say that range time (in my book) is ALWAYS worth the time and money.
    I also really enjoyed reading the Tactical and Preparedness Newsletter. Great information! Thanks for sharing your expertise!
    Karie

    • Ox

      Reply Reply October 18, 2016

      That’s awesome, Karie! Thank you.

  • Don Porter

    Reply Reply November 8, 2016

    I have not completed this course as yet. I started then stopped to wait for my SIRT pistol then decided to print all the daily charges! Printer ran out of ink! Back on course now! I think this is an excellent training course as does my private instructor who is an instructor for local police departments!

  • Greg

    Reply Reply November 27, 2016

    Gentlemen,

    Simply put, thank you. I have seen improvement in my mechanics, accuracy, movement effiency and speed. I will continue to carry and use my dry Fire cards whenever I have a few minutes of down time and a a part of my regular training regimen. For so small of an investment, the return has been and continues to be enormous. Again, Thank You!

    • Ox

      Reply Reply November 28, 2016

      Thanks, Greg!

  • Craig P

    Reply Reply May 11, 2017

    Excellent course, good muscle memory training, highly recommend if you’re serious about improving you skills. The dry fire cards are a must.

    • Ox

      Reply Reply May 11, 2017

      That’s awesome to hear, Craig. Thank you very much!

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