Using binary explosives for fun is nothing new, and the concept of using them in training isn’t either, though generally they are used for a highly-visible type of feedback for long-range shooting. But under the right conditions, it’s pretty obvious that they can help with close-up shooting, too.
Training can never match the real world but the added smoke and noise turns up the pressure.
Plus it looks hella fun. Do people still say hella?
Anyway, if you’re interested in bulk explosive targets head over to USA Chemical Supply. Make sure they’re kosher where you shoot before you start making noise. For more videos hit up the Funker Tactical YouTube channel and website. If you want to practice your “Joystick drills” here’s the primer.