Dry fire is a good practice necessary for cost effective development of practical marksmanship skills. However, not all firearms are well suited for dry fire. Here is what I think folks should know.
Measuring and tracking progress is an important aspect of a skill development journey. It not only confirms skills are in fact improving but it can also help identify specific improvement opportunities while making one aware of their limitations.
More capacity is never a bad thing. However, some jurisdictions limit capacity. Why they do this is beyond my comprehension, but it’s a reality we have to deal with and raises some questions. Does that impact caliber choice? If so, how?