Dry fire training is firearms handling training performed without live firing. Instead, one practices techniques and skills using an unloaded firearm or training tool that simulates shooting. Dry fire training can be effective in isolating important aspects of your shooting abilities. Dry fire training can be performed at home or at a shooting range and is an effective way to improve shooting abilities and accuracy, build muscle memory, and reduce the risk of developing bad habits. Dry fire training is widely used by recreational and competitive shooters to improve performance in a variety of shooting sports. Dry fire training using only your own firearm puts many limitations on the shooting skills you can effectively train, and it is often advantageous to use aids with sensors, lasers, and training apps to increase the realism of the training.
REMEMBER: Always check magazines and chamber for live rounds before starting a dry fire training session. Preferably, use separate, colored magazines for dry fire training.