posted on Jun, 3 2015 @ 06:48 PM
a reply to: Shamrock6
90% of my training is devoted to drawing and firing 1 or 2 or 3 rounds and reloading through 2 or 4 mags all loaded to a different amount mixed up to
try and put some surprise into the reload. Usually just the 2 extra I normally carry but if I'm doing full load out I have 4 extra pistol mags.
I've been working a lot lately in what ole "Shrek" McPhee calls anticipation. He's got some good info on "trigger jerk" being a myth and it's all
metal. His methods work. After I filmed myself I loosened up A lot and have gotten comepletely rid of my first shot being 4-6 inches low. The next 2-3
shots don't need so much correcting either and they feel a lot smoother and faster on target.
Doesn't hurt to throw in some north Hollywood style run and gun every now and again tho. Just like tourniquets at the range, your only the tacticoool
idiot until someone gets shot in the thigh and has 30 seconds before they bleed out. Don't focus on worst case but it's always good to at least brush
up on them.