Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Pistol Shooters Correctional Information

Many people don't have the time or money for the additional training to become proficient with their pistols. Practice and more practice is required. Being able to determine what you are doing right and what you are doing wrong is an essential part of becoming more proficient. While there is no real substitute for quality training in the use of your pistol, here are a few links you may find helpful in your efforts to improve your accuracy.

Pistol Shooters Correctional Information

Common Shooting Errors (75.2 kb)

Pistol Group Analysis (52.2 kb)

Shooter Fault Terms and Definitions (9.11 kb)

All of the above files are in PDF format.

Staying above the water line!



shiloh1862 said...

Good stuff! Thanks RW!


riverwalker said...

To: Pickdog

You're welcome! I'm right-handed but left eye dominant and I am always looking for anything that can help me improve my shooting skills...and they need a lot!


matthiasj said...

Good post RW. Thanks for the links.

Kentucky Preppers Network

riverwalker said...

To: matthiasj

If you're like me, anything that might help improve your skills can be useful.


Ken said...

...good tips/reminders RW...hey,i recognize a couple of my 'groups' in

...keep both eyes open,shoot twice as long as my hits are center mass,MinuteOfBadguy is good enuff...

...(kinda unrelated)opposite dominates would be a pain,my son shows this trait,any tips/links would be kinda cool...

riverwalker said...

To: Ken

I'll see what I can find in the cross dominance department or maybe just cover some of my own experience with this problem. Thanks.


HermitJim said...

As always, some very good information, my friend!

riverwalker said...

To: HermitJim

Thanks Jim!


The Other Mike S. said...

Great tools. Thanks for posting the links.

riverwalker said...

To: The Other Mike S

You're welcome!

Whenever I come across something that might be of use I try to let people know about it. Thanks.


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