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Old July 23, 2013, 06:19 AM   #13
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It seems like the current belief is that over travel stops improve accuracy - or that at least over-travel is a detriment to accuracy. But is this really true?
For those who say that it is not, consider that photographers (before digital), used cable and air releases on cameras for critical photography. Just as shooters, they did not want the action of pressing the release button (trigger), to move the camera (gun), at the critical moment when the camera "fires".
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