Target Correction Chart

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    Target Correction Chart

    Found this cool little target and thought I would share. I printed a few to bring to the range with me tonight.

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    hmm, interesting. though, i think a little too generalized, and it says that on 2 o clock, and 10 o clock, "anticipating recoil", i would call this "flinching", and in my experience, flinching can cause rounds to go all over the place, not just 10 and 2. but i can see it's usefulness, thanks for posting!

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    A retired LEO i met not quite 2 yrs ago,showed me those charts at an indoor range..I had never seen them but they did help.

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    LOL here's mine.

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    tacman605 got it! LOL

    OP, take that target with a 'grain-of-salt', as a prior LE TO/RO, I learned there are many variables for different folks. I still use 'em. A good aid as to what may be a problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tacman605 View Post
    LOL here's mine.

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    hahaha! that's great :)
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    I don't mean to rain on anyone's parade but these targets are intended for one handed bullseye type slow shooting.

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    ROFL! @ tacman's.


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    OK, in all seriousness:

    Quote Originally Posted by AOK View Post
    I don't mean to rain on anyone's parade but these targets are intended for one handed bullseye type slow shooting.
    ^ That's worth noting, everyone - especially the newcomers.

    To get a better understanding of why what AOK said is true - well, aside from history! - is this excellent article on the use of this type of "correction target" -

    pistol-training.com » Blog Archive » Do?s and Don?ts of the ?Correction Target?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AOK View Post
    I don't mean to rain on anyone's parade but these targets are intended for one handed bullseye type slow shooting.
    Glad to see at least one poster to this thread is aware of this.

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    Speaking of raining on parades it's raining cats and dogs here right now and the winds howlin' somethin' fierce!!

    I like Tacman's Target.
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    I use the ones from Lee Precision.
    Trigger Press: Lee Precision Diagnostic Targets for Handgun

    I like cbirchem0724's more! haha
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