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Old November 9, 2005, 11:47 PM   #5
USP45usp
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legacy94,

My pleasure .

First target, too much finger in the trigger, pulling the gun to the right. You tried to compensate, thinking that you were aiming wrong, but you were jerking the trigger. Try the middle of the pad on your trigger finger, between the tip and the first joint.

Second target. MUCH better. Hand not steady, goes into a "circle" type motion. You fire when you think that you are on shot (target). Concentrating too hard on everything at once trying to hit the x ring.

Take a deep breath and calm down. Find your target and then find the front sight, blur out everything else, and then breath out, hold halfway, and fire.

Your grip is too tight also, ease up abit, it isn't going to go flying out of your hand . Trust me, I know.

Wayne
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