First GSSF match

Discussion in 'The Bull Dawgs Club' started by SkippyKustoms, Mar 2, 2020.

  1. SkippyKustoms

    SkippyKustoms

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    I ran my first GSSF indoor match last night with my G 37. Needless to say there’s plenty of room for improvement. I need to figure out what I’m doing wrong, pulling everything low left at the longer distances. I know I need to slow down and take my time with those shots.

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  2. mikey357

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    DRYFIRE is your FRIEND--Concentrate on dropping the Striker without disturbing Sight Alignment & REALLY follow thru...
     

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    Glock (striker fired ) pistols tend to do this,they take a bit of practice to pull through smooth and not yank the front sight around,as Mikey 357 stated dry fire really helps get the pull ironed out.
    Nothing wrong with the lower target
     
  4. SkippyKustoms

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    Thanks for the tips. My second shoot was much better. Just paying more attention to my trigger pull and managing my shot timing better has helped a lot. [​IMG][​IMG]


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