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How to learn double release triggers???

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by goosecall, May 8, 2013.

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  1. goosecall

    goosecall TS Member

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    I am now doing fine with single release triggers. I want to learn double release triggers. My flinches are are on the second bird doubles trap, skeet, sporting clays. I tried double release on post one on skeet double fired three times in row. I am using PFS stock. I was told by a release trigger shooter I may not be gripping the trigger on the second shot, and relaxing my finger. Could it be the PFS, movement? 10Tenner
     
  2. Scott Johnson

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    What kind of job do you have? If you are sitting at a desk do a little mind and muscle memory excercise. Pretend you are holding the shotgun,set the trigger, shoot and set the second trigger and shoot. 10 to 15 minutes for a few days and you are on your way to subcontious shooting. It does not take long to get this grilled into your head. Scott
     
  3. Beretta687EELL

    Beretta687EELL Well-Known Member

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    I went from pull pull to double release. I shot skeet to get used to the double release. It took about 500 shells to become comfortable with the double release. Bill Malcolm
     
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    Phil Kiner told me to shoot doubles from posts 2 & 4. 100 targets did it for me. Harv
     
  5. KENENT1

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    I go from double release to release pull with no problems.


    tony
     
  6. JACK

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    doggai... Congrats... Big congrats

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    You just keep pullin and releasen, something will happen.
     
  8. Dickgshot

    Dickgshot Well-Known Member

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    A shot with a release trigger starts with the trigger pulled. When you fire the shot your finger goes; release-pull, one motion. So it's alway set for the next shot. You do the same thing with a pull trigger, but in reverse. It's pull-release, ready for the next shot.

    Think one motion: release-pull.
     
  9. miketmx

    miketmx Well-Known Member

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    I was short shooting the 2nd bird until I had the gunsmith slow my trigger down. Someone else will have to come forward to help you adjust the PFS for Double Release.
     
  10. Gabe

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    I shot 4 or 5 rounds of skeet doubles and it just fell into place.
     
  11. shotgunpeople

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    May want to get a Terry Jordan Wall Chart, and work out on it.

    Can save you a lot of money practicing, and at the same time help you get into the release, pull, release cycle.

    Good Luck !!!
     
  12. Wildcat Lewis

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    If you have a fast release tighten your stock spring almost all the way down and that should take care of the problem your having.

    WL
     
  13. goosecall

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    " 10tennor If you have a fast release tighten your stock spring almost all the way down and that should take care of the problem your having.

    WL "

    How many turns do recommend turning out? I believe I have 8 to 10 turns right now it has been so long I have just set the PFS and left that way. 10tenner
     
  14. goosecall

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    My second barrel is 88oz set and 34 oz release. 10tenner
     
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