One of the advantages of shooting a revolver competitively is that with a little imagination and enough snap caps, a shooter can simulate entire courses of fire in the comfort of their own home.
Of course, we can’t simulate recoil, but for a major IDPA match for example, you can practice everything but managing the recoil of each round. To get even more creative, you can hang printouts of standard action shooting targets in your “practice area” to help with sight picture and trigger management.
The big gain here is that with a revolver, there’s never any racking the slide to get a fresh trigger pull. This means you can simply press the trigger each time, just like you will in the match. Dry firing this way is a great way to plan out the courses of fire ahead of time. Hopefully you’ll be able to do this enough to prevent the “crap, now what?” moment that is so common in matches!