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    TGT Supporter Rebel's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by robertc1024 View Post
    Dang. I always have fun when I shoot.
    If you're having fun, you're probably not being safe. And if you're aiming, you aren't going to hit what you're shooting at.

    Just how many people have you killed on the range, Robert?

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    One big point is this is aimed at very new shooters. And is pointing them at its more important to hold the gun still than to aim in close quarters. If someone is 10Ft from you do you really need to take it slow and line up everything to hit center mass if you hold the gun still nope. If you dont aim will you hit the second button down dead center nope but in self defense if you hit within a 6-8 inch circle of that button you have a very high chance of stopping the threat.

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    Sucker MC Southpaw's Avatar
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    Aiming is useless? Tell that to any mother raising a boy or few.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grasshopperglock View Post
    Bringing the sights up to eye level repeatedly. In the same pattern of motion.
    Why is there a period between "repeatedly" and "In"?
    Greyhound Station, Downtown Houston

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    Quote Originally Posted by 40Arpent View Post
    Why is there a period between "repeatedly" and "In"?
    Maybe it's the "upstroke".
    If there are no dogs in Heaven, then when I die I want to go where they went.
    -Will Rogers

    Im a big fan of the .22LR for bear defense.
    Just shoot the guy next to you in the knee and run like heck.

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    Sugar Land
    Seen those videos a few months ago, tried it out a bit. Seemed to work for just scoring hits, but if I want tight groups, I'm gonna keep focusing on the front sight and not the target.

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    DEPLORABLE TheDan's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by grasshopperglock View Post
    Bringing the sights up to eye level repeatedly. In the same pattern of motion.
    Yep. I completely understand what he's saying about aiming, but being consistent in your presentation is just as important. He keeps saying not moving the gun out of alignment is most important, but isn't addressing how to get aligned in the first place.

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    the only times I've had to fire (attacking dogs) i distinctly remember sighting, cause I knew that a head shot was necessary (ie, .22lr)

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