busdriver learns to shoot?
Posted 24 September 2017 - 09:51 PM
Staying back you shoot slower and often still get lower quality hits. Even slower guys can cover a fair bit of ground in say 2 seconds.
It seems to work better if it's just 1 or 2 targets. If you can stay back and eliminate a 1 or 2 target position then it's more often worth it.
Posted 01 October 2017 - 08:47 PM
Local outlaw steel match. I'm once again reminded that feeling like I'm going fast is irrelevant. Also, not calling shots is bad M'kay.
Got caught a couple times trying to leave a position before I'd called the shot only to register the lack of steel ringing and having to go back to a position I'd already started to leave.
-Eyes need to stay on the target until the shot is called.
My perception of time while shooting is seriously fucked up. While I know this is normal, it's very disconnected from reality these days. I'm not sure if that's because I'm actually getting fast or what, but I need to just settle down and ignore my perception on the matter. It's seriously freaky though, like the beep opens a hole in the space-time continuum and things might speed up or they might slow down.
Also: I'm cleaning mags everytime before I load them from now on. Just walking around and shooting stages, enough shit got into one of them to start causing failures to feed. Brushing out the mag and rolling all the ammo around in a silicone rag fixed things.
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