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Old August 29, 2012, 03:38 PM   #14
MrBorland
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Good post, Kraig. I assume you learned to twirl on a single action cowboy gun, but found yourself twirling your DA service revolver? Yeah, that'd get my attention.

When I compete with my revolver at matches, I could gain a few tenths off my draw by "prepping" (starting the trigger pull) as the revolver's being presented to the target, like many other competitive wheelgunners do. Maybe I've over thought it, but I'd rather opt for the slightly slower 1st shot than to get in the habit of pulling the trigger as the gun comes on target.

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Originally Posted by ltc444
i would like someone to write a book "Zen and the Art of Shooting".
Someone has. Enos' Practical Shooting: Beyond Fundamentals is the bible among many top-rated shooters:
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