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Old December 9, 2016, 09:29 AM   #18
g.willikers
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What ever technique works is good.
But there's really no substitute for learning how to shoot a handgun from an expert.
With a really knowledgeable person watching your every move and making the necessary corrections will help anyone greatly improve.
Flinching, accuracy, speed, what ever needs fixing.
There's so many nuances to shooting, especially handguns, that its nearly impossible to grasp them on your own.
Yes, it's an effort and expense to attend a genuine class, but the results are so well worth it, it's just about a must for most of us to become truly good.
Just a thought, often repeated.....
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