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does flinching disrupt the flow?

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by m70win, Mar 4, 2007.

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  1. m70win

    m70win Member

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    I had a guy get upset with me last year because I flinched. It's not something you do on purpose and I feel bad enough as it is with out someone rubbing it in.

    Tim
     
  2. m70win

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    Ya LTS I thought so to but it still made me feel bad, I did try a release for a while but had to sell it to pay some bills. I also have flinched and the next shooter to me flinched which makes me feel bad also.It's all in your head but once you start I don't think you can ever be sure it won't strike again.

    Tim
     
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    Their right. Don't worry about what your other squad members are doing. They should be looking at the bird not you. I don't look at anyone when I'm waiting to shoot. Forget them. The focus should be on why are you flinching?
    Are you covering the bird? Trigger has alot to do with it. Flinching is cured by deeper concentration. I flinch once and awhile. why? Mostly because I'm not concentrating enough when I call "pull". So I lose the bird and lungh, stab, jerk and flinch to still try to break it. Focus and crush. Dave
     
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