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    Default Re: SUDDEN SLIP EDC SHOOTING ABILITY

    I have found that state of mind, mood, fatigue, stress, physical condition, biorythms etc. all have a significant effect on shooting performance. My best shooting happens when I am rested, relaxed and shoot more sub-conciously than conciously. My focus is on the target and the gun almost fires itself when everything is lined up perfectly. Off course, this does not always happen.

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    Default Re: SUDDEN SLIP EDC SHOOTING ABILITY

    Quote Originally Posted by AK-Gunner View Post
    Usually the culprit is lost focus on the basics: front sight, front sight, front sight... and the reason is the said fatigue.
    Trigger pull, trigger pull, trigger pull. . .

    You don't need vast amounts of ammo if you dry fire.

    In 3 years of ipsc shooting, I've trained with a max of 50 live rounds. I've managed to achieve over 80% at provincial level. I know guys who've done better.

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    Extended work hours and high intensity enviros led to consuming large amounts of coffee and vit B. The first day off in a month was my only chance to shoot. The resultant fatigue and coffee "shakes" was a big eye opener. So guess its like an indicator make some changes.

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