posted on Sep, 2 2009 @ 09:30 PM
I shoot a .22 lr bolt action hand gun w/ 9x 30mm scope fixed at fifty feet and have cut the hanging target in half by
connecting the bullet holes.
that said , take a deep breath , let half out , pull when I am on , relax when I am off .
1/3 weiver , weight even on both feet .
the key to precsion shooting is the trigger pull .
cut the pin off a thumb tack , tape it to your trigger .
if you draw blood , your a twit .
if you get good with the tack , try it with out it .
you lose 2 MOA with the tack in place , but you learn to pull evenly .
lose trigger pull with a hand gun , and you lose 50 feet of range .
frankly speaking , a very good hand gun is good only to about 200 feet .
learning to bench rest or sand bag first , will teach a great meny bad habits , but will teach trigger pull , and iron sights