Bullseye Tip of the Day

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Bullseye Tip of the Day

Post by DavidR on Thu Mar 15, 2012 4:51 pm

Post a good, informative Tip if you have one.

From the AMU training guide:
Trigger control is of very great importance in producing an accurate
shot. When the
shooter exerts pressure on the trigger, he must do so in a manner that
does not alter the sight
alignment, or position of the pistol. Consequently, the shooter must be
able to exert smooth, even pressure to the trigger. Furthermore, the
trigger must be pressed in conjunction with maximum concentration, peak
visual perception of sight alignment and minimum arc of movement.

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Re: Bullseye Tip of the Day

Post by jakuda on Thu Mar 15, 2012 4:56 pm

1) When in doubt, put down the gun

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Re: Bullseye Tip of the Day

Post by Rob Kovach on Thu Mar 15, 2012 7:07 pm

Trigger control is of very great importance in producing an accurate shot. When the shooter exerts pressure on the trigger, he must do so in a manner that does not alter the sight alignment, or position of the pistol. Consequently, the shooter must be able to exert smooth, even pressure to the trigger. Furthermore, the trigger must be pressed in conjunction with maximum concentration, peak visual perception of sight alignment and minimum arc of movement.

But if this were easy, we would all shoot 2700's every time.

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Re: Bullseye Tip of the Day

Post by lonegunman on Wed Apr 18, 2012 1:58 pm

Quite a few years ago, I was a couple of positions down from Doc Young(two time National champ) and there was a new guy shooting next to him.

During a break in the match he asked Doc if he had any pointers to improve his score? Doc was walking next to him, kind of day dreaming and not saying a lot. Doc said, "The rings in the middle are worth more."

It is still true.

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Re: Bullseye Tip of the Day

Post by DavidR on Wed Apr 18, 2012 2:14 pm

good advice!

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Re: Bullseye Tip of the Day

Post by TomT on Sat Apr 28, 2012 9:17 am

I once heard a shooter ask Brian Zins what was the single most important aspect of an accurate shot. Without saying a word, he just smiled, held out his hand and worked his trigger finger back and forth.

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Re: Bullseye Tip of the Day

Post by Jack H on Sat Apr 28, 2012 1:21 pm

DavidR wrote:Post a good, informative Tip if you have one.

From the AMU training guide:
Trigger control is of very great importance in producing an accurate
shot. When the
shooter exerts pressure on the trigger, he must do so in a manner that
does not alter the sight
alignment, or position of the pistol. Consequently, the shooter must be
able to exert smooth, even pressure to the trigger. Furthermore, the
trigger must be pressed in conjunction with maximum concentration, peak
visual perception of sight alignment and minimum arc of movement.

There is never enough discussion on how to achieve "sight alignment, or position of the pistol".

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Re: Bullseye Tip of the Day

Post by Sgt_Gold on Thu May 10, 2012 1:15 pm

jakuda wrote:1) When in doubt, put down the gun
Next to trigger control this is the biggest cause of bad shots. I can't remember the last time a forced shot was a good shot.

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Re: Bullseye Tip of the Day

Post by SMBeyer on Thu May 10, 2012 6:48 pm

Sgt_Gold wrote:
jakuda wrote:1) When in doubt, put down the gun
Next to trigger control this is the biggest cause of bad shots. I can't remember the last time a forced shot was a good shot.



You may get a 10 or even an X but it still doesn't mean that forced shot was a "good" shot.

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Re: Bullseye Tip of the Day

Post by BE Mike on Fri May 11, 2012 7:39 am

If your goal is to be the best you can be, you must train every day.

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Re: Bullseye Tip of the Day

Post by Founder on Fri May 11, 2012 8:24 am

Shoot practice like a match and matches like they were practice.

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Re: Bullseye Tip of the Day

Post by Snobal on Fri May 11, 2012 7:00 pm

Make sure the gun is unloaded....

Then check it again to be sure it is unloaded....

Then dry fire a few shots every day. Totally concentrate on the front sight and let the hammer fall with the least gun movement possible.

Time, patience, and perseverance.

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Re: Bullseye Tip of the Day

Post by Jack H on Fri May 11, 2012 7:18 pm

Visualize. Then try to only see in the sights what you visualize.

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Re: Bullseye Tip of the Day

Post by Motorcycle_dan on Wed Jun 06, 2012 11:39 am

Learn to call the sights, Not where you were on the target but where the sights were as the sear released the hammer. Was the front sight perfectly centered, perfectly level?

Start your squeeze early, before perfect sight alignment. Use trigger pressure to drive the front sight, toward perfect alignment, within your aiming area, until the hammer falls.

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Re: Bullseye Tip of the Day

Post by Jack H on Wed Jun 06, 2012 12:19 pm

I have only been at this game since 1969. For the life of me, I will never realize or understand "using trigger pressure to drive the front sight".

I see sight alignment and stability as one. And I see that just like holding a brimming no head beer mug out at arms length, steady and not spilling. There is no trigger on a beer mug. Don't spill the beer as you place it on the shelf.

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Re: Bullseye Tip of the Day

Post by BE Mike on Wed Jun 06, 2012 12:51 pm

Maybe I'm just from the old school, but to me steering or driving the front sight with the trigger implies that there is an angular motion imparted to the gun. I always thought that sight alignment between the front and rear sight, and accepting the hold within one's ability, was important. Applying pressure to the trigger so as to not upset this alignment was always considered by me, to be the purpose of trigger control. Of course I still think that follow through is an important fundamental. I have attended multiple Small Arms Firing Schools at Camp Perry and I have attended a couple of AMU seminars.

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T.o.t. D.

Post by DRNurse1 on Sun Nov 04, 2012 6:41 am

"Pull the front sight through the rear notch with your trigger squeeze(press?)."

Practice the 2 second drill (USAMU tip): Use range commands, expose the target for 2 seconds for first shot only x 10 (or until you shoot a 9 or lower).

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Re: Bullseye Tip of the Day

Post by Yiogo on Tue Feb 12, 2013 8:42 pm

I just started shooting Bullseye so this isn't a tip. I've noticed that during slow fire there is about a 2 second span when the wobble gets smaller. That's when I squeeze the trigger. Yiogo

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My OUTLINE...I view it between each shot or stage of a match.

Post by dullom on Sat Jan 18, 2014 10:38 pm

I'm not the guru to answer a lot.  But, I've been shooting for 40 yrs in Bullseye & Police Combat.  Bullseye is the challenge that makes me tough when shooting any other type matches.  I've been a member of a Army Reserve Shooting Team in the 80's....I've read a lot, I've shot a lot, I've scored a lot, and I've missed X's or 10's a lot.  Here is a outline I will share with the young and new shooters.  There is a paragraph of explanation to each line but, you'll understand the meaning.  I have this on a laminated card in the gun box.  It is read without fail...always.  Allow me the honor of sharing what is known by many but I had not seen it in this Post for anyone wishing to have a little mentoring.  Remember, 1 shot at a time and the groups will refine themselves, and the scores will get better.
[ltr]PREPARATION[/ltr]
[ltr]PHYSICAL-MENTAL[/ltr]
[ltr]PLAN SHOT[/ltr]
[ltr]STANCE-POSITION-GRIP-BREATH-SIGHT-TRIGGER[/ltr]
[ltr]RELAX[/ltr]

[ltr]DELIVER THE SHOT[/ltr]
[ltr]ARM-BREATHE-MINIMIZE ARC-ALIGN-SLACK/PRESSURE-FINAL BREATH-SIGHT-ARC-TRIGGER PRESS-FOCUS FRONT SITE (DOT)[/ltr]
[ltr]ANALYZE & CORRECTION[/ltr]
[ltr]+ / - [/ltr]


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Re: Bullseye Tip of the Day

Post by xman on Fri Feb 20, 2015 10:45 am

shoot a 2700 match or whatever like it was 270 1 shot matches

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fundimentals

Post by steve berman on Sat Dec 12, 2015 11:15 pm

xman wrote:shoot a 2700 match or whatever like it was 270 1 shot matches
Practice does not make perfect Perfect practice makes perfect-Lombardi

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