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Old March 15, 2008, 08:51 AM   #10
JollyRoger
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Join Date: April 24, 2005
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The classic location for flinching with an auto is down and left for a right-hander. Possible here, but you really need to fire at a greater distance to see what you are doing: if you are really flinching, you should see that big hole at 8 o'clock spread out at 25 yards. If it doesn't happen, you could be dealing with something else like a slight sight adjustment. I have shot on indoor ranges where uneven lighting might throw a group a little left or right, and sometimes that same thing happens outdoors if the sun is at an angle and casts a little shadow on the front sight.

Or you could try ball and dummy drills to see if you are flinching.
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