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Old October 9, 2012, 01:43 PM   #49
TennJed
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Originally Posted by RickB View Post
I know a whole lot of people who don't know when to let go, so how can it be an "instinct"? Ducking when someone throws a punch is instinct. Throwing a ball is learned.
Also, I hear a lot about some guns that point "instinctively", as if their design makes hitting with them as easy as pointing your finger. The problem with that, is the two guns that I hear most often are great instinctive pointers - the Luger and the Peacemaker - are two of the WORST pointing guns I have ever handled.
My son, who is not quite 2 years old, has balls (and toys) for several months now. I haven't really "taught" him yet how to do it. I think some of it may be learned from watching, but part of throwing a ball is instinctive (IMHO)
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