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    If the rounds are all over the place you may be blinking just as the gun goes off too. It's hard to hit what you're aiming at with your eyes closed...<g> Get Matt Burkett's video on proper grip, concentrate on keeping your peepers open and watch that front sight. A great test for the blinking thing? ZCan you tell which way the sights go in recoil? That will also help you modify your grip strength, left vs. right.

    "All over the place" seems to indicate that it's not a trigger issue, but one form or another of a concentration issue. Either blinking or looking at the target before the gun goes off--something simple. Keep your visual focus on the top/center of the front sight, the target blurry, and press the trigger straight back (you'll have to use more finger on the trigger than you're used to on rifles).

    Good luck!
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    You can get some snap caps and mix them into your magazines. When one chambers you won't know it until you pull the trigger so you'll be surprised when the gun doesn't go off - did you blink or flinch anyway?

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    Quote Originally Posted by prof_fate View Post
    You can get some snap caps and mix them into your magazines. When one chambers you won't know it until you pull the trigger so you'll be surprised when the gun doesn't go off - did you blink or flinch anyway?
    I completely forgot about this trick.....used it to help my sons learn to shoot so I dont know why I totally forgot it....CRS disease mebbe

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    Also keep in mind a 3 inch 45 is probably not the easiest pistol to shoot and definately not designed to be 25 yard bulls eye gun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brevard13 View Post




    Also shooting like this won't help either



    And remember

    Is that a broomhandle German Luger? BTW who's the idiot that let that guy have the gun?

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    Quote Originally Posted by denner View Post
    Is that a broomhandle German Luger? BTW who's the idiot that let that guy have the gun?
    Uh , that would be hamas I believe

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    Quote Originally Posted by ponzer04 View Post

    This picture has been saved...thanks alot!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by denner View Post
    Is that a broomhandle German Luger? BTW who's the idiot that let that guy have the gun?
    Probably a shoulder stock. Well seeing that guy's eyes. It may just be a paint broomstick that his buddies told him was a shoulder stock. Forget who give him the gun would you want to be one of the guys around him while he was shooting? On a positive note he can check both directions to make sure everyone is clear before firing, and in doing that he never has to turn his head.

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