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Posted: 4/21/2012 10:47:57 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 4/21/2012 10:50:45 PM EDT by BillyDoubleU]
Had a match today and was not happy with my pistol shooting so I was looking up training tips and ran across this. Not for pistol but may be helpful for some.

http://www.n-ssa.org/NORTHWEST/Flinching%20and%20Jerking.htm
When we miss targets in the team events or shoot eights and sevens on paper targets, we are hesitant to blame involuntary movements as a major source of shooting problems.  We tend to reject flinching or jerking as a problem, and blame the light, poor trigger control, poor ammunition, or the firearm itself.  We may dismiss involuntary movements as a problem for several reasons:

Link Posted: 4/21/2012 10:49:26 PM EDT
Link Posted: 4/21/2012 10:55:05 PM EDT
Originally Posted By HeavyMetal:
Seek professional training. Many good trainers frequent Arizona.

I recommend a Larry Vickers class. Trigger Control is his thing.


I know what I need to do, I need to practice. I went from shooting competition every month and practicing with my pistol 2-3 times a month to nothing for 5 months while I went hunting. My rifle skills are great, my pistols chops need some work and I know what I need to do.

I just posted this as it may benefit others no matter there experience.
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