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Discussion in 'Band of Glockers' started by antediluvianist, Oct 30, 2006.

  1. antediluvianist

    antediluvianist

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    Interesting (the point-n-shoot website below, with pictures) , but for approximate, fast, defensive aiming, a shotgun works too.

    http://www.pointshooting.com/

    "How P&S works.
    You place your index finger along the side of the gun. Point at a target. And pull the trigger with your middle finger, or opposite hand index finger.

    That's all there is to it. Point-n-pull. - Point-n-pull. No more, no less. "
     
  2. Allegra

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    I didnt go to the site , mabagal computer ko pero Tagal na yan
    The proponent has been selling his idea on different forums , ang hahaba ng arguments from dito sa gt , sa BE forums hanggang sa ibang glck forums
    I think the top trainers prefewr body indexing sa close range
     

  3. jasonub

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    fafa A, yan ang ginawa ko sa laguna lakers match kaya puro penalty ang inabot ko:supergrin:
     
  4. Allegra

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    at least point shooting? hehe
    Ako nga sinisipat ko na sala pa rin hehe
     
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    I believe point shooting will work generally for a target at 2 to probably 4 meters away. I dont use my index finger, rather still adopt my trigger finger to squeeze the trigger. Its best to practice this a bit so that the gun feels like an extension of your arm and you sort of become one with it.
     
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    my gun feels like an extension of my arm and it's one w/ me!!
    bakit kaya 5 miss ko nung weekend hehe
     
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    Okay, maybe the bullet wasnt one with you....:supergrin: :rofl:
     
  8. antediluvianist

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    "I am at two with nature." - Woody Allen
     
  9. Allegra

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    seriously , aiming is just one of several problems in getting your hits
    Just as important is trigger control and follow thru, w/c were the causes of my penalties during the match

    So unless the bg is close enough to kiss me , I'd rather use sights :)
     
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    IMHO, anytime you start shooting without any visual feedback is a sure loser. I don't have enough fingers and toes to count those targets that I missed that are even closer than spitting distance kasi I wasn't paying any attention.

    By visual feedback, I don't even mean the sights. You handle your gun too many times you'll know what "it" looks like na sure ball na tatama ka at a given distance. Yun nga lang you just need to do it faster than the fastest guy you know. ;)

    In other words, practice...!!...pero... :supergrin:
     
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