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Ok lets say you are preparing for a shooting competition, what if you had a lazer mounted to your gun that fires when you partially pull the trigger but the gun only fires when you pull the trigger completely; you could essentially test your accuracy by watching where the lazer hits rather than using ammunition? Given that you are practicing with an unloaded gun, how feasible is this as a practice method? Thanks
 

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something like this? http://www.rovatec.com/bullite.php

I think plain old dry firing gives you a pretty good non range pratice. I know when I am dry firing it is pretty obvious when I pull the trigger where the sights are after the click. For saftey I use a "Snap Cap" in the chamber, They are fairly cheap and after the dry fire I run a failer drill to cycle the next. That and they want $250 for that laser system, that is a lot of money that can go for ammo.
 

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well,
next time i have to be careful with my sniper..
i standed wrong..
and it hit my face!
painful..
just like a baseballstick hitting jou...
 

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In some competitions, that could be a violation of the rules. And, with my nerves shaking in competition, I would probably pull the trigger completely when trying to aim.
 
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