I didn't notice the wrinkles until you mentioned it. I think it shows from the flash. The 10 footer didn't look that big until I had it hung up on the wall. I'm definitely looking forward to using this again to supplement my practice.
Excuse the newbie question, but I have been considering getting one of these wall charts. I see how it would work great for station three, but what adjustments do you make for the other stations? How are the lead marks changed?
It smooths out your swing. Stops jerking the gun to the target. Has nothing to do with post position, no magic bullet, just the smoothest swing you could imagine. The older manual is only fourteen pages but its everything you will need for 16'S to the back fence. Don't shoot the airplane at Vandalia if you buy a used chart.
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My basement is narrow and I just stay in the post 3 view. I can move a bit sideways and I can get like where a post 2 would be (about 5 feet over). If you have room to move sideways a bit that is fine but it is not necessary. I have used the Wall Chart this way for 30 years with good success. The amount of actual gun movement is about the same for all posts. When you can move smoothly anywhere in the “Vee” shape the chart makes you can shoot any post.
I change my hold points sometimes by holding off to the right of the trap house and make a longer physical move to the sharp left target or reverse that to make a longer move to the sharp rights. By varying your hold points a bit left and right and heights of the hold you can be ready for any length of gun move you will see on a real trap range.