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I think you and Larry both have hit some thing that I will try

November 24 2010 at 8:44 AM
VAF  (Login VAFarmer)

Response to You might want to become aware of how much pressure

trigger motion has always been good (IMO)

Proper breathing, a steady SQUEEZE straight back, and try not to anticipate the break.

This is a long trigger pull.

I have always been guilty of putting my cheek on the comb, also, I notice that I do wrap my thumb around instead of laying on top.

Will try being more concious of both, and let you know results.......
thanks for the tips.

You know guys, the more I think of it, groups consistantly open up to the left. If I am gripping with the thumb, or applying cheek pressure, this would most certainly push me to the left, correct?

A question on the cheek pressure..........What is my point of reference for making sure my objective eye is in the same spot each time, if I don't let the cheek touch?


This message has been edited by VAFarmer on Nov 24, 2010 8:50 AM

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