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Old February 6, 2016, 11:27 PM   #1
Ocraknife
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does slow fire practice improve SD shooting?

I enjoy shooting and go as often as I can.

I usually start off with slow fire, carefully aimed shots focusing on breath control and consistent trigger pull then I'll do single handed (left and right) shooting and point shooting, fast shot drills.

That said, the bulk of my shooting is slow shooting because that is what I enjoy.

Lately I've begun to wonder if slow fire exercises help fast fire accuracy at all. I have no experience in IDPA or IPSC and, by the grace of God, I've never had to draw my weapon in anger so I have no practical experience.

What do you all think? Should I shift some of my slow fire practice over to practical, fast fire drills?
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