That's why a variety of laser ammunition, sights and training pistols like SIRT or LaserLyte, as well as full-featured interactive shooting simulators with a feedback system have emerged, allowing the shooter to add a virtual display of target and target engagement and various practical shooting exercises to the routine dry-fire training process.
Dry fire in virtual shooting range
is the embodiment of how technology can shape the future. Of course, the switch from traditional training of real firing of weapons to virtual training with firearms will be a tough transition for some. However, it will benefit those who make the transition as well as newcomers to training with weaponry. On top of this, situations with external factors that could affect live shooting such as an ammo shortage make dry firing a more viable and wise decision.