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hrhawk

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    Harold Hawkins

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  1. You could try a Brock string. Cheap and readily available on amazon. Plenty of vids on YouTube.
  2. What the price range on these? Is there a go to brand or website for purchase?
  3. I strive to hold the gun and manipulate the trigger in a manner that keeps the gun as still as possible. I understand that perfectly still may not be possible. I accept any alignment or movement that would still give me the desired result in my target area.
  4. I’ve never found the added weight that helpful (production) but I do like how some brands fit in my hand. The lip design, width/height/angle of some allow them to snug up for a better index. Factory base pads being short tend to be a little less consistent for me. Of of course I could just stop being a pansey and practice more...
  5. Srs Tactical. They have great service and have been very helpful with a warranty issue.
  6. Harris and Son. They are $$$ but they have what you are looking for.
  7. 2.50 when I pay attention. Anyone know what the guys at Bianchi pull in the match?
  8. Visualization. You can sit/stand anywhere and visualize your way through any of your dry fire exercises. In this way you can be “perfect”. Add as much detail/feel/and nuance as possible.
  9. I prefer weighted mags with dummies. It make the practice more real feeling and easier as the top round on this simulated full mag keeps the feed lips from catching on the mag opening as often. That being said I also practice on empty mags because it is more difficult. The follower gets pressed down when I’m off and the lips catch. Practicing with empty mags forces me to be cleaner.
  10. I practice on my couch. MAKE SURE GUN IS EMPTY. Pull trigger and pin to the rear, reach over slide and rack assertively. Reset while doing it. Break good trigger press and repeat a bajillion times.
  11. Every year has had great content. I’ve gotten some great insight listening to these giybtalk about their craft.
  12. Anyone dry fire before matches? I’m not talking about the 30 seconds st the safe table, I mean 15/20 min before heading to the range. I think most people are cleaner on the gun handling after a few min have passed in out dry fire sessions and it warms up our hands and shoulder. Why not get that out of the way before headed to the range?
  13. I also think book one is the book to start with. It’s everything you need to learn the gunhandling skills to be successful. Books 2-3 are bonus and def worth having but 1 is the meat.
  14. I also cheat this because I’m lazy. I leave a pair of shorts or pant depending on temp hanging in my dry fire spot. The inner belt is already threaded through it. Just pull of gym shorts... pull on dry fire pants add outer belt which is hanging in the same spot.
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