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Old 09-21-2011, 05:09 PM   #1
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went to the range shot this at 25 feet not very good yet but still working on it

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Old 09-21-2011, 06:17 PM   #2
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Kinda hard to pinpoint anything there! But keep at it, get your technique honed and I bet you'll find you and the gun do better and better.
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thanx i am going to be taking a nra course soon
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Just some helpful hints.

1. Focus on the Front Sight when shooting the rear should be a little fuzzy.

2. Use only up to the first joint or the first pad of your trigger finger to pull
the trigger.

3. Steady smooth straight through trigger pull to the rear!

4. Also have a friend live load a round in the chamber from the magazine and
dummy load the pistol with a empty magazine so you will not know if the
chamber is loaded with a live round or empty. This is a good test to see if
you are pre anticipating the weapon recoil, or possibly snapping the trigger.
This is an excellent drill!

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I shot with a beretta 92 at the range this past weekend. I really liked that gun. but I want a .40S&W caliber when I finally am able to purchase a gun. so the beretta 96 would be great.
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I have a 92 would love to add a 96 to the collection! But ya the advice above is great tips i did a little searching on the net and found similar advice and more when i started shooting and found it very helpful
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thank u guys any advice is greatly appreacited
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