gravediggerfour wrote:If you don’t know what your talking about don’t lead people, especially new people, astray.
JTNieman wrote:I've found that this chart over simplifies things.
FelixArchon wrote:JTNieman wrote:I've found that this chart over simplifies things.
If there's something wrong with your grip or your form, nothing short of an instructor is going to be able to really diagnose the problem. And to be perfectly blunt, a lot of shooters lack the fundamentals needed to make proper use of this chart: this is intended to suggest small grip-tweaks for people who are already doing most everything else right (basic hold, sight alignment, trigger control).
While the OP points out that user-error is a much more likely cause of a miss than the items on this chart (and is right), seems to me that way too many shooters take this chart way too seriously, neglecting good fundamentals (and lots of practice) while hoping for a magic fix to their poor shooting. Bottom line: If as a beginner you find that your groups are all over the place, get some instruction. If you can't (or won't) do that - or even if you do - spend a month doing 10 minutes a day of dry-fire drills before you start paying a lot of attention to this chart. My money says that at the end of that month, you won't need this chart.
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