I have his Refinement an Repetition book, is it in that one?
Ben's book El Pres dry fire par time.
Posted 04 November 2016 - 01:22 AM
Needs to be like this:
Fuck that, the targets are only a yard apart. It should be like:
draw press press press press press press reload
press press press press press press
Posted 04 November 2016 - 06:25 AM
M]That's only 5000 hours of listening to overplayed rock music to find 30 seconds of help.
Dear god, you're not kidding. I can't imagine listening to it in a format where you cannot skid your thumb to the right and skip the 4,843rd time you've had the priveledge of listening to Van MFing Halen.
Posted 04 November 2016 - 06:53 AM
OK I guess one thing I needed to adjust is in using the half size targets in dry fire my targets are a little further apart than they'd be if it was set up as the classifier. So if I want to compare what I do on the classifier I need to move my dry fire targets closer together to match its set up. Caramel apples to caramel apples and all....
tnlqfh, I rarely practice doing something where it is just an all out "how fast can i only physically do this with no regards to the sights". I do it like once, rarely, just to see. I definitely don't do reps in that style or mindset. But in this instance if I do the drill and my two trigger presses per target are just when the gun is somewhere in space and I have no sight picture, yeah, I can make the 3.5 sec par time.
Posted 08 March 2017 - 12:39 PM
Best trick to knock a quarter second off is instead of the reload just pull a half empty mag off your belt and drop it. Way faster.
I had an RO instructor do that to me in front of the class once. I knew he did something but wasn't in a position to see it (his point).
I'm all confused, he is acting all innocent and the class was in tears laughing [at me and the instructor's antics].
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