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Old October 17, 2017, 04:18 PM   #6
ShootistPRS
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Grip consistency will give you the most accurate outcome. If you find that your hand tires then you are gripping it too tightly. Putting the pressure of the recoil as high on the grip (as close to in-line with the barrel) as you can will reduce muzzle flip. A mild grip won't tire your hand and if you can learn to grip the gun consistently at that tension you will get faster and more accurate results.
The biggest problem that I have noticed while watching others shoot falling plates is that under recoil they tighten their grip. If you find that you are shooting low after the third shot your grip is being affected by the recoil. When you miss you tend to tighten the grip to hold the gun on target. That hard grip shoots low every time.
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