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Old 05-05-2013, 04:42 PM   #31
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I know of a somebody that has the shakes, from to much of the juice.......When he don't get his fix, he shakes all over. The last thing you want to do is put a gun in his hands.........lol.............

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Humm? Most of this special diet information is based on someone else' s life style. Coffee and tobacco is not always a factor. High sugar intake over eating over weight fighting with your wife? Buying the wrong firearms poor ammunition?
These are only excuses for shooters who never learn the shooting basics and practice very little.

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Most shooters will have some shaking. Holding your arms fully extended away from your body is not a natural position, the body must adapt and the proper muscles must be conditioned over time. A proper stance and a repeated, consistent shooting method will eliminate most of the shaking. Hold a gallon of milk with a fully extended arm and your wrist termed inward...see how long you can do it before your arm starts to shake,,,same concept, not necessarily a medical condition.

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