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Old 04-29-2004, 01:19 AM
ckcooper ckcooper is offline
 
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I would have to agree with Redhat...dry firing will greatly improve your trigger control. I would also agree with all that suggest practicing malfunction drills. You will be amazed at how you fumble the first time you try to clear a jam under pressure. As a cop, I have been fortunate to get quality and quantity training with my handguns at no cost. I would also suggest slowing down your pace at the range. I see too many people try to empty their mags as quickly as possible, with horrible technique (and horrible results) If you slow down and get the fundamentals right you will be smoothe and more efficient, then the speed will come naturally.
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