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Rapid Fire POV (Point of View) Video

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Post by dronning 9/13/2019, 4:57 pm

This gives you a good idea on accepting your wobble 100-4X (I think).

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Post by chopper 9/13/2019, 9:48 pm

I liked this video the first time I saw it, makes me get out the irons and go to the range and try duplicating the center hold. I need lots of practice keeping the trigger moving with irons. Lose trust and hold too long so I adjust sights and go back to sub six, then fall back to holding too long all over again.
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Post by CR10X 9/14/2019, 6:59 am

It is a great video.  One thing video really can't capture is visual focus that the shooter had on the front sight.  He could probably see and count the serrations on the front sight blade.

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Post by joy2shoot 9/14/2019, 7:56 am

My cataracts have gotten to the point where I can no longer reliably use a red dot (until I can have cataract surgery).  So, I will be using irons, which I have not done before in Bullseye.  I can hope that I do as well as the individual in the video.

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Post by DA/SA 9/16/2019, 3:15 pm

Great video! (I study it a couple times a day)

I'm not sure that I would even consider that "wobble".

I wish I was anywhere near that steady!
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Post by TomH_pa 9/16/2019, 4:26 pm

Third post down in this thread Jon Eulette comments on this video

https://www.bullseyeforum.net/t8110-good-sight-alignment-video?highlight=amu+video

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Post by SteveT 9/16/2019, 5:22 pm

TomH_pa wrote:Third post down in this thread Jon Eulette comments on this video

https://www.bullseyeforum.net/t8110-good-sight-alignment-video?highlight=amu+video
Really good stuff - Video and Jon's comment. One thing he mentioned stood out, that I do, but didn't realize it. When you get behind in rapid fire, you don't catch up by pulling the trigger faster, you catch up by starting the trigger pull earlier. I have to remember that when people ask.

Thanks Jon!
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Post by adminbot1911 9/16/2019, 5:34 pm

Don't know when AMU fielded this camera (which is great!) but tri color cammies and video quality leads me to believe this video was shot between 1993 and 2003.
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Post by SteveT 9/17/2019, 10:07 am

adminbot1911 wrote:Don't know when AMU fielded this camera (which is great!) but tri color cammies and video quality leads me to believe this video was shot between 1993 and 2003.

That's probably right. I remember seeing it in SAFS in 2004 or 2005.
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Post by IT1 Wes 2/4/2020, 12:01 am

dronning wrote:This gives you a good idea on accepting your wobble 100-4X (I think).

Speaking of dry firing, has anyone tried the Mantis X dry firing training system? They're up to the X 10 version which tracks your live firing at the range, but you can still get the X2 version for in home only dry firing. It's only $99. It does require some sort of rail or sight mount.
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