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Old 05-02-2014, 01:41 PM   #21
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Old 05-02-2014, 02:01 PM   #22
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Default You gonna shoot, shoot.....................

Your wasting your time and ammo. Try just pointing with out the rear sight at say an 8 oz. tomato sauce can at 20 feet or less then work your way out.............The longer you try to aim the more you shake............Try this, point your index finger at a target on the wall, and I know that you will close one eye to get on target. now open the other eye and see if your finger is still on target........ A well known pistalero goes by the point and shoot..........Glen ford was one......................
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Point shooting doesn't work when the target is small and the distance is great.

When the target is animate, you don't want to "just hit the can." You want accurate shot placement, for a quick, humane kill.

Save the point shooting, can rolling for rodeos.

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