It isn't the only thing they recommend, it is just one method of training to take to the range for live fire practice. In a world where expense often renders live practice all but limited, this is but one method that can help you become better...it's all predicated on discipline and practice, which is the main point, but again, it's all up to the individual.Cards won't make you a better shooter. Shooting is a practiced, developed skill, not something "flash cards" are going to improve.
I think some are being a bit too hard on ole GCBHM.
I say don't rule them out.
I've been places that had none, resulting in having to go to another place to find one....or two.There's always one...or two. No matter where you go.
I'm not plugging the product the guy is selling. It's a training tool to be considered for what it is worth to those who are interested. As stated, it is not intended to replace anything, per se, but to be considered for another method of practice to keep things fresh and relevant. Like GBIA said, it's better to have something different to throw in the mix than to have to keep shooting at a blank spot on the wall. Chris Sajnog has actually plugged a similar system designed to make the most of dry firing exercises, but my whole point in posting this was to put it out there for folks to consider. Everyone can't afford expensive live instruction all the time, but this program comes with instruction that should be considered better than nothing.I've been places that had none, resulting in having to go to another place to find one....or two.
Then some times they have plenty but it's crowded, other day, I swung by dutch bros 4 times wanting to get some, but the line was always longer than I was willing to wait.
Do you have the training product from the link? What's your feedback, are there similar ones, what makes this one more better or different than other dry fire drills you employ?