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Spent a little time last evening watching video clips on Instagram of how much better than me folks are at shooting stages with their PCC.

 

A favorite is always Max Leograndis .  A comment he posted that really stood out, "Doing the doubles drill, I have gone back to 30+ yards and been able to maintain .12s splits in the A zone of a classic target."

 

A new goal?  Something I will achieve? (Nope.)  But at least gives us an idea what the top shooters can do in practice.

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I watched Max shoot at the Nationals in FrostProof...  Talked to him a bit...  Nice guy.

 

He is unbelievably fast...  both navigating courses and shooting.

 

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Yes, it is doable. I think most people shooting PCC are just doing double taps and that doesn’t always work when you start to stretch distance. I see so many shooters whose transitions are slow with PCC. But if your gun is setup nice, you can pretty much run the trigger as as you can pull it. 

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Hello: We have a bowling pin plate rack here at around 15 yards that can be double tapped. It just takes practice and a good foundation with the rifle. I find the young guys can move faster and have better eyes. Thanks, Eric

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Ive been doing doubles drill at 25 and can get 2 alpha as fast as I can pull the trigger. But I find I can not do that when actually shooting a stage. Probably has something to do with pulling the gun into my shoulder in the bay something I tend to forget when on the clock. 

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