EricW Posted February 27, 2004 Share Posted February 27, 2004 Shamelessly stolen from Travis Tomasie on Max Michel, Jr's forum: *3 targets a yard apart at 30 yards. *3 new targets that haven't been shot, with you at the line. *Draw and engage the 30yd targets with 2 rounds each. *Reholster and without going downrange to check your hits, call your shots by placing pasters on the new targets, where you believe the holes to be on the downrange targets. *Go downrange and compare the targets you shot with the targets you pasted your calls on. *Your goal should be to get the paster within 3" of the actual hole. *You can never spend too much time on this drill. *Remember, it's the point at which the dot just starts to lift, that we need to see to be able to call our shots with precision. This was just too good not to steal. When's the last time you shot anything and went back and called your sight pictures? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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