ok, settling in to daily dry fire routine, using same 7.62(22) bolt gun I used in class, configured the same way, with Atlas bipod, etc. Using tab gear rear bag. I've reduced the height of the bipod, I was running it at 8-9 inches in the class, now running it at six inches for dry firing. That might not work outside, but that is what I am doing inside.
When running the bolt I get a good return to NPA after the bolt is closed, but there is a bit of jostling at the instant of closing the bolt. I use thumb under the stock when closing and thumb on top of the stock when opening. The bolt is pretty smooth, but not as easy to run as the Lone Peak action I tested on a Travis gun in the class. Also my action is 2 months old, so expected to be a bit stiffer than it will be later.
The main issue I'm having is tension in my arms, both of them, somehow they are straining, so trying to figure that out. I might have to try raising up the height of the bipod to see if that helps.
Otherwise, the establishment and maintenance of NPA thru the dry firing dot drills I'm doing seems solid. I could use some smaller dots. I have 3/4 inch dots and at 30 feet at 7x (the minimum magnification on my scope) the dots are pretty large. I'm aiming at the dead center of them, but as I say, I could use some much smaller dots. Will see if I cam find some on my dry goods run today. Trying to get up to 100 dry fire trigger pulls per day ... getting in to the rhythm.