Just got an FNS 9 and I love it!!! I've had three jambs but hopefully that will work itself out. I have a friend that recommended dry fire to help me train trigger flinch and I was concerned the dry firing would harm the gun. Any opinions on that?
Thanks. It's so comfortable compared to my XDM. I will work with the slide . Thanks. My friend said in the military they had to dry fire 15 minutes a day to focus on the reality that the bullet is gone before the recoil and thus get rid of the hard trigger pull that puts the shot low.