For me, the answer is “pretty frequently,” especially if you consider dryfire to be effective practice. I dryfire my competition gun frequently, and a percentage of that time I also get in some reps with my carry pistol. When doing live fire practice for competition shooting, I do the same–I generally start each practice session with a drill using my carry gun from concealment, cold, then put it away and practice with the competition gun. When I’m done, I then end the session with some reps with my carry gun. That’s in addition to various dry/live fire sessions with only the carry gun. Continue reading
As is normal, at the beginning of each new year I make myself some goals–some shooting skills/practice goals, some informational/conceptual goals, and some self-defense training/practice goals. As part of that, I also print out a copy of my dryfire practice report, to get myself ready to track everything.
For 2018–I failed badly on most of my goals. Continue reading