Trainers agree that dry fire practice is the best way to learn to shoot well. It makes the pistol a part of you. However, 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 our DryFireMag. Now, with the DryFireMag, when you activate your trigger, you get the feel and sound of the firing pin release. With both hands still in the firing position and staying on target, you simply let the DryFireMag reset the trigger with a snap, and you are ready for your next “shot”. Now, that’s the kind of action you need to build the correct muscle memory! It has to be second nature when that real-life situation presents itself.
Here’s another way to use your DryFireMag. When you go to the range, slip your DryFireMag into your pistol and “warm-up” with a few minutes of dry fire practice. Take your DryFireMag out of your pistol, insert your loaded magazine and continue now with live practice.
If at any time during your practice, you experience a problem with your accuracy, simply replace your loaded mag with your DryFireMag and (after a chamber check) practice for a while without any live fire recoil or report. Change back and forth from live fire to dry fire with great ease! Remember, always practice safe gun practices! Always know the state of your weapon. DryFireMag LLC is in NO WAY responsible for your actions or how you use our products.
The DryFireMag’s base plate is a bright blaze orange to let you easily distinguish it from any other magazine. When your DryFireMag is not in your weapon, it’s stamp also clearly identifies it from any other magazine.
Trevor S. (verified owner) –
Great training tool. I use it fairly often for dryfire reps alongside my Mantis system. While it’s not exactly 1:1 on trigger feel particularly in the ‘reset’ (which shouldn’t deter you), it functions well as advertised. It’s constant spring tension throughout the pull until it give a positive and VERY audible click, followed by the spring forcing the return to its original state. Would definitely recommend. Wish they had mags for single/stagger stacked micro compacts as well.
Allard (verified owner) –
W F B. (verified owner) –
Works as advertised in gen 3 G34 and gen 2 G19.
I hope you can have one for Glock 43x MOS.
Also works with my Gen 2 Glock. I bought the standard model because I already have a MantisX. My MantisX scores have improved just from not being distracted by racking the slide. My beater Glock is now my favorite dry fire option.
Ross Patel –
I have been using the DryFireMag for over a year. It has been the most significant improvement to my training to date. I would consistently shoot to the low left (and have been for years) but I healed this training scar with consistent dry fire practice.
Where the standard spring actually pulls the trigger bar rearwards the NY springs push up on the bar and increase the amount of force required to pull the trigger.