upgrade to the ultimate dry fire practice tool
there is a real problem with dry fire practicing the standard way, and we all know what it is.
When the trigger is activated and the firing pin is released, a completely non-typical action is then required. The shooter’s hand must be used to reset the firing pin by cycling the slide. Only then can the trigger return to its reset position. Can you stay on target while this is happening? Is this the muscle memory that you want to build? Absolutely not! This problem is solved with the DryFireMag.
- No More Racking the Slide to Reset the Trigger
- Practice Double Taps
- Does Not Use Pistol’s Firing Pin
- Provides Audible & Tactical Trigger Simulation
- Pays for Itself in Ammo Savings
- Practice Safely in Your Own Home
Frequently Asked Questions
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The DFM resets the trigger in your striker-fired pistol, so you can dry-fire practice without racking the slide between trigger pulls. Therefore, the practice does not instill the dangerous muscle memory of racking the slide between rounds.
No. The DFM does not use the firing pin, because all the mechanism is contained within the body of the mag. The DFM only interacts with the trigger bar.
No, because the lever that interacts with the trigger bar is a softer material than the trigger bar. Any wear would take place on the DFM lever and not on the trigger mechanism.
None at this time.