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Old February 10, 2013, 04:51 PM   #14
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After the shot and recoil impulse...the sights should settle down to the natural point of aim. You can go faster, by prepping the trigger first {taking the slack out of the trigger --- first pressure} before attempting the final pressure. Another method: You can slap the trigger by hitting the front of the inside trigger guard with your trigger finger and bring it back to slap the trigger --- you'll have to have a good trigger group for that method.

In order to shoot faster "You'll have to learn how to walk before you can run."

You'll have to train you subconscious to pull or press the trigger while letting your self-conscious be concerned about aiming the sights --- that's where the real speed comes in. It takes around 50,000 rounds of live fire/dry fire, to teach your subconscious to pull the trigger.

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