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D and B. One of THE best clinicians today is Harlan Campbell. He professes 100% +

He gives you technique to utilize that POI.
 

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Really - these guys are going to get thrown out of the smoochers club.

They're supposed to use inches high at 13 yards!
 

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100% high here.
96.25 singles average currently.
90.3 handicap average at 27 yardline. Reached 27 in August 2013.

Also a past Harlan Campbell Jr student.
Was at 95.5 singles and 91.5 handicap at the 25 when I took his class in late 2012.

Shot 100% high before taking his class but put a shim in the comb before shooting caps. Since the class he showed me how to eliminate the shim and shoot same POI at long yardage.
 

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At 40 yards Gapper make a three foot circle on some butcher paper. aim at the bottom of the circle (6 o'clock position) and touch it off. Bottom of the pattern should start at 6 o'clock. Raise the comb to shoot higher and drop the comb to shoot lower. Opposite way for an adjustable rib. lower the rib to raise poi, raise the rib to drop poi.

Brady Gies
 

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Cool, I am on a run, about 600 consecutive targets with my new gun this year. I never patterned it - but I do shoot it a lot.

Which way do I adjust it?
 

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The only problem that I see with super high POI's is when gun cant is involved. The higher the POI, the greater a cant can be an issue. Gun fit becomes even more precise.

That ought to get you guys going this morning.
 
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