I think your doing pretty good for an old dog from a old dog myself..
Dry fire practice has helped me a lot.Took out a Sig 1911 Ultra and GI CCO for a little practice. Quick draw out of a Warbird OWB snapped to a Bigfoot belt. Long shirt tail. Fifteen yards. Drawing and shooting as quickly as possible, not taking time to perfect the sight picture. Just trying to stay focused on the front sight.
Obviously I need more consistent practice.
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The Guncrafter is such a joy to shoot. Incredibly smooth. Great balance. If I had the money, I would put a lot more rounds downrange with the GI.
You don't know? One gun from jmtgsx's collection. Don't tell anyone though.
My chances of winning.Way to go Moo U! 18 years since they last beat OU, great victory for the Cyclones!
I guess you might not call this shooting....
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But it did go bang.
When I switched from a High Power to a series 70, Mike Harries the SoCal Practical shooting mentor. He taught me to and boy did I dry fire a lot and daily until I got comfortable and started shooting and then competing. Harries was also a Gunsite instructor.Dry fire practice has helped me a lot.
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