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Old November 7, 2012, 02:07 PM   #10
SerenityNetworks
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Originally Posted by johnwilliamson062 View Post
Does your "fist shot stray syndrome" have any relation to how hot the barrel is?
Nah. I'm talking about the pause between the first shot between the two targets in stage 2, the three targets in stage 3, or the four targets in stage 4 of the AQT; literally moments between the targets. I strayed the first shot and make the next two (or three, or...). I reposition and reestablish my NPOA. I strayed the first shot and then make the next two... And so on.

One trip to the range doesn't indicate a trend, but after the dry fire practice and the tightening of equipment the problem seems to have gone away. I don't notice the problem when I'm dry firing.

Thanks,
Andrew

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