training with a shot timer

Discussion in 'Training & Competition' started by htxred, Oct 6, 2008.

  1. htxred

    htxred Active Member

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    For those of you who shoot avidly but do not own a shot timer, its a great investment. Every shooter who wants to continuely improve their skill level needs a good accurate shot timer. Working with par times, its amazing what you can do and eventually will be able to do.

    lastnight we spent about half an hr or so more working on 1 shot from the draw, fastest time i had was a .81 but my avg was around 1.00 - 1.08

    watch out bad guys. lozl.

    shot timers are also good for practicing with at home, setting a 1.2 second par time, you can eventually catch and beat second beep and shorten the par time. fuckin awesome right?
     


  2. LittleGun

    LittleGun Active Member

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    A timer is on my shopping list. What some good brands?
     
  3. htxred

    htxred Active Member

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    ced 7000 seems to be the popular one. me and rick have that one.
     
  4. diverge

    diverge New Member

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    I have the CED 7000 Tactical Timer. I don't know why they call it tactical. It is the same as the CED 7000 but the buttons are black. My times really improved dry firing with a timer. A lot of people get the 7000 for dry fire practice.
     
  5. funkybassplayer

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    black buttons make anyting tactical. lol

    I love my tactial remote for my big screen
     

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