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Old February 7, 2016, 11:47 AM   #4
NESHOOTER
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Join Date: October 16, 2009
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More practice is always going to help... your motor skills, grip-trigger pull- aiming- sight picture- recoil- flash (if you shoot in indoor range)- familiarity with your firearm, speed is important but unknown or observed if you recall you more than likely faster than you were when you first handled your firearm. That said speed will come as normal as breathing in and out. One way I knew I was ready for the next step in speed was I was bored shooting the beginning level I first started, even though accurate not challenging it will happen it has to all of us shooters one way or the other. Just as my long distance would I be content with shooting 100 yrds/mtrs ... absolutely not. Patients is required for personal satisfaction in a gain with practice will remain.
Best of luck
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