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Offline jmdavis

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Advice from a National Champion
« on: February 12, 2016, 03:05:58 PM »
If a National Champion, World Cup Champion and Olympic shooter offered you advice, would you listen? Or would you ignore him?

This is a repeat posting of a video by Keith Sanderson, Olympic Rapid Fire Shooter, 2015 National Precision Pistol Champion (NRA Bullseye), Double Distinguished (Rifle and Pistol), 3 time World Cup Gold Medal Winner and winner of multiple World Cup Silver and Bronze Medals. He talks about holding drills and dryfire with reference to pistol shooting. But this information is applicable to rifle shooting as well. Holding drills and dry fire produce extraordinarily effective results.

If anyone has any questions about holding drills specifically for the rifle, I will be happy to answer them either privately or in this topic.
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