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Old March 4, 2010, 04:34 AM   #5
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Both great ideas!
I have always had had the same problem. I started dry firing and it has help me greatly. I try to have a short dry fire session twice a week for at least 10 mins with both of my handguns. A short dry fire session before heading to the range really helps also. Practice slow and steady. You will get much faster and accurate as you get in more practice.

I have been shooting for about a year and a half now. When I first started I was terrible. After dry fire practice for about 6-7 months I have improved dramaticaly.
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