The Mantra

The Mantra

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    The Mantra

    The Mantra
    Posted: December 15, 2013 in Fight Focused Handgun


    We have heard it over and over “front sight, front sight……press.” Then guys like me come along and teach you a new mantra “focal point, focal point………drive the gun to the focal point”
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    Target focused rather than sight focused. IMO a hard focus on the target and a soft focus on the front sight works well. Of course this is assuming that you can get the gun pushed out..I assume this is what you are talking about.....
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    I taught cops to shoot for many years. It was always "Front Sight" as rule #1 for limited aim time.
    For precise shooting, I taught mega-concentration on every detail of 'sights' with target becoming a bit blurred.

    It is the way all of our Troopers shot handgun in "AA Class" competition. Doesn't work the other way around.
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