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MY Montana planna

Discussion in 'GSSF' started by S.Kargoh, Jul 6, 2012.

  1. S.Kargoh

    S.Kargoh

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    I will shoot comp at a way faster rate than I ever have. I will do it at an uncomfortable pace.


    Then i will shoot the am civ however it takes to be sure the front sight is exactly where i want.





    Wish me luck.
     
  2. triggerjerker

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    I would shoot Comp as long as it takes to line up your sights where you want them. And then try to get it right in Civilian.
     

  3. ede

    ede Bama's Friend

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    It's always my plan to shot fast, faster than even Mike G35. It's worked out pretty good for me so far.
     
  4. S.Kargoh

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    I felt like crap and did not follow any plan. I shot slow and inaccurately.


    Blech.


    Also the armorers replaced virtually every part. They said my parts were pretty worn out. I liked my trigger before.


    :(
     
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  5. yobohadi

    yobohadi Peon Trainee

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    Think of all the fun you had wearing out those parts!
     
  6. BamaTrooper

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    Have you tried closing your eyes when you shoot? :devildance:
     
  7. S.Kargoh

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  8. triggerjerker

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    Not if you are pointed down range.
     
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  9. S.Kargoh

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    Yes, if someone or some animal goes downrange.

    (seen it happen with a deer once and a guy on a shotgun range once)
     
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    That's a good way to eliminate flinching... :)