Model19 Posted February 8, 2008 Share Posted February 8, 2008 I've been dry firing like crazy this last month after getting a new to me 2.5" M19 for IDPA use. This will be my second season of wheelgun competition and I'm at the point were I'm refining my technique. I've stumbled on a method that seems to be a fast way to get that first shot off, where once I establish my full grip and am extending my arms toward the target I start to stack the trigger up so that when I reach full extension and have my sight picture I break the shot. This is one fluid (most of the time..practice practice) motion. I used to stay off the trigger until I was set up and sighted and then pull through the whole stroke in one go, but this other way seems faster. Is what I'm doing now a common practice and/or even advised as a technique? There are VERY few revo shooters in my club and at our matches so there are few chances to compare notes. Any input?? TIA, Geoff Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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