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How to shoot a pistol.
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http://youtu.be/ChSazF41q-s
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Brilliance in the basics.

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He really is amazing. I can only wish to be that good.
das, proud to be a member of pa2a.org since Sep 2012.
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I've been shooting for most of my life. I learned a thing or two from that video.
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I never place my supporting hand's index finger on the front of the trigger guard. I'm really anxious to try that now the next time I go to the range.

I've been carrying my Glock 30S over my Ruger SR9C. I still love my Ruger SR9C and think it is a very underrated gun, but I like the performance of the .45acp line of Speer Gold Dots. I think I might replace the factory trigger parts of my Glock 30S with a lighter, 3 lbs pull. I always shoot better the lighter the trigger pull.

When I started out shooting handguns I used the weaver stance. Over time, I changed to the isosceles stance and my groups got a lot better. For me, I'm pretty accurate shooting handguns when I take my time. I need to work on shooting quick, BUT accurate like Jerry. It just sucks because in my area there really aren't many places that will let you shoot very quickly like that, let alone do a draw.
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Him and Todd Jarrett to name just 2, love watching their videos, then trying, applying, practicing what I've watched.

If I can't learn something from those guys I must be beating them in competition, and that ain't happening! Thanks for posting this one.

Man, that high speed video with the grid in the background? His hands must be like a vice.
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Wow, I never even considered that isosceles stance was actually far superior to weaver in certain situations. I'll have to try it out.
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Philadelphia Patriot;157826 Wrote:I never place my supporting hand's index finger on the front of the trigger guard. I'm really anxious to try that now the next time I go to the range.

That's how my dad taught me to hold a pistol.

I'm nowhere near as good as this guy though. My dad was damn good, and I'm not as good as he was.

Cool video!
Vampire pig man since September 2012
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Philadelphia Patriot;157826 Wrote:It just sucks because in my area there really aren't many places that will let you shoot very quickly like that, let alone do a draw.

That's because so many monkeys manage to muzzle-rise themselves right into the upper baffles when they rapid-fire or instead of doing draw-aim-fire do fire-draw-aim or draw-fire-aim.
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gascolator;158177 Wrote:
Philadelphia Patriot;157826 Wrote:It just sucks because in my area there really aren't many places that will let you shoot very quickly like that, let alone do a draw.

That's because so many monkeys manage to muzzle-rise themselves right into the upper baffles when they rapid-fire or instead of doing draw-aim-fire do fire-draw-aim or draw-fire-aim.

That's very true. It sucks for me, but at the same time some people can barely hit their target when they take their time. Sad
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