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TRULY fast and accurate with the ccw draw. WAY too easy, if all you ever do is dryfire, to be SLOPPY with when you pull that trigger. If all you ever do is live firing, you will never DARE REALLY push the edge of your speed, as you can get away with using wax. Once you PROVE to yourself that your wax hits are say, .20 second faster draws than your live ammo draws, you can "goose" your live ammo speed a bit, with confidence that you are still in control of what is happening.
 

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223 fan said:
TRULY fast and accurate with the ccw draw. WAY too easy, if all you ever do is dryfire, to be SLOPPY with when you pull that trigger. If all you ever do is live firing, you will never DARE REALLY push the edge of your speed, as you can get away with using wax. Once you PROVE to yourself that your wax hits are say, .20 second faster draws than your live ammo draws, you can "goose" your live ammo speed a bit, with confidence that you are still in control of what is happening.
Practice to shoot your opponent with wax, instead of live ammunition? This as good as your firing to miss statement.
 

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Personally I barely find time to handload REAL ammo much less wax ammo. So if I have to build something I want something that I can use for practice or competition or ........
 

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CCI used to make plastic bullets that just pushed into the case. You had to drill out the primer pocket a bit to keep the primer from setback. I don't know of they make them anymore. Sure better than wax!

With the cost of 9mm today and pleny of .22 understudies, really I would not spend time with wax bullets. That's old old stuff.
 
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