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  1. Interested to hear what you guys focus on when there are multiple targets that are close together and you need to transition to quickly. For instance if doing the B. E. transition drill. 3 targets set up at 7 yards, fairly close to eachother. Do you just focus on front sight the whole time or do you focus more on the targets and let the sights blur? I have heard the pros talk about their eyes switching to the next target while the gun is recoiling. I would find it hard to imagine they are switching their eyes to next target and then swinging the gun over and focus on front sight before taking the next shot, especially at the speed they are going and more so when the targets are pretty much side by side at close range. I can see transitioning with eyes first and focusing on front sight for targets that are spread far apart or at distance. Any thoughts?
  2. interesting, seems like kind of a gray area.
  3. https://rossbrakes.com/about His brakes are excellent especially for the price, it's hard to beat!
  4. If only those 2 I would say the 550 but if you can stretch a little more go for at least a 650, you won't regret it! I would take a Hornady AP LnL over a 550
  5. I bought the pre-cut from Dawson and it fits perfectly, you could probably use the outer scraps to add to your frame.
  6. Yep your diet is the main thing, you can get stronger by working out but if you want to lose weight you have to watch how much calories go in. Easiest is to cut the carbs because fats keep you full longer.
  7. I've been trying to go at least once a week and usually take 300 rounds each time to work on drills. That usually lasts me about 3 1/2 hours. How much do you usually shoot?
  8. Jeez I've never seen that before! I keep mine in for long periods and just get discoloration.
  9. Doesn't matter how good you are, you will improve in time.... As long as you can handle the gun safely, that's the main thing.
  10. Bought a M&P 22 for my son to shoot. He handles it well and it's not too big or heavy.
  11. Case feeder makes a big difference! I would take that over a bullet feeder if I could only choose one.
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