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Old November 22, 2016, 11:27 PM   #15
Join Date: April 22, 2013
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Have you tried using one of the correction targets?

I would also encourage you to read the article on that page. Turns out the target is most useful if you are shooting one handed, which I previously was not.

To get value from the target, you must:

1. Shoot one handed
2. Use the appropriate target (right or left handed)
3. Shoot slowly
4. Have a perfect sight picture for every shot

Why? Because the target does not take into account anything you might do to upset your sight alignment with your support hand, nor does it account for any misalignment in your sights.


Also, check out this video from Rob Leatham. Basically he says don't even worry about aiming yet. Focus on being able to grip the gun tight, and pull the trigger without making the rest of the gun move. Aiming comes later.

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