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Old June 18, 2013, 10:34 PM   #10
dakota.potts
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Join Date: February 25, 2013
Location: Saint Augustine, Florida
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At the range I tend to shoot in an evenly distributed circle around my target, leading me to believe I am flinching or tensing up. On the double action trigger pull, if I decide to pull and I don't have enough pressure to get it to break past the final stage, I still feel that little "spark" in my brain that tells me of danger or excitement. I actually tend to have better accuracy with the double action. Something about taking the time on the long, slow trigger pull seems to help me.

EDIT: If there is a pattern to my shooting, it is usually up (haven't figured that out) or to the right (same as with the snap caps)
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