short_round Posted March 5, 2004 Share Posted March 5, 2004 I was practicing in an indoor bay today. I setup two small IPSC targets and was working on target transitions. I'm standing there so I'm not moving my feet. My shots on the left target (I'm right handed) were hitting to the left of the target. It's the sights, "yeah, that's the ticket!" but my shots on the right target were centered. I thought about it for a little while and I was rotating on my shoulders which made my left arm to compress and my right arm to extend causing me to push from the right side. Then I remembered that from the waist up I'm supposed to be like a turret. Duh! rotate from the waist first, then the hips, then the legs if you have to but keep your shooting platform stable. I know I've read that somewhere. If I can screw up that much standing still I'm afraid to think of how bad it must be when I'm moving. more to work on ... Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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