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What do you all use for "practice drills"....I'm thinking shooting accuracy here...How do you learn to call your shots?
 

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What do you all use for "practice drills"....I'm thinking shooting accuracy here...How do you learn to call your shots?
We learn by the mistakes we make in matches. You'll learn to "feel" when the hit isn't there, no matter the target distance. I know if I have a bad shot after the primer ignites the powder, but before the bullet leaves the barrel.
 

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OK guess I wasn't clear...Let me elaborate....How do you get to the point of shooting all A's?

What I'm thinking about doing is setting up a target at 7 yards and shooting one shot about every 3 min off a sand bag and trying my best to shoot the tightest group I can.

Backing up from there....

I'm asking What do ya'll typically "practice" @ practice :lol4:

Or line me out a good 20 - 30 min session of drills...

Help a Brutha Out!
 

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ok, he is what I like to do. I set up a few standard USPSA targets (using my stands) Make ready, draw and fire one shot on each target, then clear and holster. we take turns doing this and building up to double taps. next, move targets around setting at different distances and start over with drill. take your time and aim for center. when you get this down move forward with mag changes. lastly you can seperate targets some and walk around. just build from there. Hope this helps.
 
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