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Old 12-07-2012, 01:30 AM   #1
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Is there any full online training videos anyone recommend or gun apps people have that they like to share?



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Trigger time my friend. Otherwise it's just video games.

You can learn theory and safety and a bunch of other stuff online, but you have to squeeze the trigger to get it all right.

Keep on learning and you'll do great. Best wishes.



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You can learn theory and safety and a bunch of other stuff online, but you have to squeeze the trigger to get it all right.

Keep on learning and you'll do great. Best wishes.


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Trigger time my friend. Otherwise it's just video games.

You can learn theory and safety and a bunch of other stuff online, but you have to squeeze the trigger to get it all right.

Keep on learning and you'll do great. Best wishes.
I have the trigger time just want to keep drills fresh and new ones to learn
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Participate in a competition. It is much more fun than a bunch of people you will never meet.
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Rugers9, There is a lot of good stuff out there, but you have to "seperate the wheat from the chaff" as they say. I'm sure that if you are an experienced shooter you will have no problem sorting them out. Get on YouTube and start looking. Clint Smith of Thunder Ranch has some excellent vids on malfucntion drills, reloads, safety, and many other subjects. He keeps it simple, basic, and real rather than trying to dazzle you with fancy techniques. Travis Haley and Cris Costa of Magpul Dynamics have some great stuff, and James Yeager of Tacticle Response puts out a lot of good vids as well. You will find varying opinions and a lot of bad advice as well, but like I said, as an experienced shooter you will know what makes sense to you. Good Luck

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Shooter ready is a great tool for learning long distance shooting.
Magpul has great videos as well.



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