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release trigger

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Go Fish, Jul 27, 2010.

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  1. Go Fish

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    Have one with leather case. $450.00 including postage. E-mail me Iand I can send photos.

    Ed Racine, WI
     
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    There's a beauty that Alf has on here right now

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    Since no one has answered your question, I will try. A recoil flinch is different from a timing flinch. In a word, you may well develop a flinch with the release trigger.

    If your gun is kicking you to death, consider checking the fit of your gun, or decreasing the level of power of your ammo.

    If you are simply thinking too much about when to pull the trigger, that is a different critter. Focus on the target with your cognitive brain, and let the reactive brain take care of everything else.

    When I am in the zone, I seldom have a conscious recollection of pulling the trigger.
     
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    I'll easily settle for one or two flinches out of hundreds of targets with a release-always on left angles. Compare that to ten or more with the accompanying lousy trigger control on 100 targets with a pull.

    Around 80% of shooters who try a release do so successfully. Some see major improvements in their scoring.

    For the rest who can neither pull a trigger or release one it might be better to consider taking up Fishing!!
     
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