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How To Pratice

Discussion in 'GSSF' started by ede, Dec 26, 2004.

  1. ede

    ede Bama's Friend

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    how or what should i do to improve? basically i'm self taught and have no formal training nor know anyone that could help me. as it is now i figure anything i do would be repeting mistakes i already make.

    edit: guess i should of explained a bit more. i want to improve accuracey and not so much for gssf over any other type of shooting and not worried about time or speed.
     
  2. lethal tupperwa

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    this posting seems to be up your old aisle.
     

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    Fireglock Which is worse?

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    Leave Walter out of this~~~!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



    Pharaoh;e ;e
     
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    1) buy a shot timer...otherwise you won't know how you're doing.

    2) if you can, setup the GSSF stages at an outdoor range and shoot them using the timer.

    3) repeat 2 alot...times should get better.
     
  7. G21

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    Well, I can advise you to buy some snap caps (dummy rounds) and mix them into your loaded mags randomly. This will help you determine if you are flinching due to recoil.

    In my case, this has simply confirmed that I do have a flinch and need more practice to take care of it.

    I also bought an Advantage Arms .22LR conversion kit for my G17. My thinking was this would help me learn the Glock trigger while not worrying about recoil and saving a bit on ammo. So far, it's just been a fun plinker. I don't have a great range setup for accuracy testing. And the $250 it cost could have bought a lot of 9mm ammo. Oh, well. I like it.

    Hope this helps!!