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Adrenaline

Getting used to new sights.

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So I was running stock sights on my glock for a long while until I switched over to some nice after market competition sights. Seated blacked out rear, fiber optic green front. I was having trouble with pulling shots to the left with these sights for a while until today. Went to the range and shot 700 rounds or so. Just stand and engage. At first I was still pulling to the left but towards end of my session I was able shoot a 3 in group at 15 yards fast fire. In my opinion high volume sessions are a must.

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Dry fire an equal number of draw, reloads and transitions. Especially in varying light conditions.

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I agree that high volume sessions are obligatory because you learn more because you`re doing more and work harder, isn`t it so? )

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Dryfire certainly helps. Also test out every extreme position of sight alignment at 10 yards and see where it hits. Depending on if you’ve changed sight widths it can be deceiving.

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On 12/2/2018 at 10:50 PM, Adrenaline said:

 high volume sessions are a must.

 

They do help, but bring bandaids.     :) 

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