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Old August 10, 2011, 09:07 PM   #11
jephthai
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I notice that when dry-firing at home, I am much more stable than in real life at the range. I am convinced that it's a psychological phenomenon -- probably related to impending recoil and blast . It really disturbs me sometimes too, because I know I can do it without shaking, but my mind becomes my enemy.

I actually think this is one of the most compelling aspects of the shooting hobby. I'm really fighting against my own limitations, and every time I learn something that makes me better it feels like a real victory.

The comments on gripping too hard may be related too. I don't know if I dry-fire with a looser grip. I should do some experimentation...
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