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Old February 8, 2016, 01:02 PM   #10
T. O'Heir
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Join Date: February 13, 2002
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IPSC/USPSA and IDPA are shooting games and nothing more.
Breathing, sight picture and trigger control become natural the more you shoot. Speed comes later by itself and does require training and practice, but a lot of it has to do with the firearm and if you use a holster. Responding to a bump in the night isn't likely to involve a holster.
Like JimPage says, the more different types you do the better you'll get. However, you still need the basics of breathing, sight picture and trigger control. Dry firing is good for that and doesn't require a range or ammo. Door knobs at the end of a hall make good dry fire targets.
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