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Post by willnewton 12/28/2017, 5:09 pm

Rich Tullo posted this writeup by Rob Mango on the BE Facebook group and it is worth sharing for sure.  Maybe he will repost the article here.  In the meantime here is a link:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/216804568382563/permalink/1655869801142692/

Here is a follow article up on Flow.  Lots of good info to apply to your Bullseye performance.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flow_(psychology)
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Post by mspingeld 12/28/2017, 9:17 pm

https://www.google.com/amp/s/armyreservemarksman.info/2014/01/08/rob-mango-the-flow-of-shooting/amp/

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Post by CR10X 12/29/2017, 5:46 am

+1

Learn to shoot 1 10 at 25 yards in any amount of time.

Learn to shoot 2 10's in a row at 25 yards in any amount of time.

Learn to shoot 3 10's in a row at 25 yards in any amount of time.

Learn to shoot 4 10's in a row at 25 yards in any amount of time.

Learn to shoot 5 10's in a row at 25 yards in any amount of time.

Learn the flow to put them together in 10 or 20 seconds. 

Have fun.

Shoots cleans.

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Post by Bullseye_Stan 12/29/2017, 8:54 am

I think once the shot can be called, you are in 'the zone'.  However, I have found that trying to shoot 10's, while that is the goal, has a crooked path.  In my experience, often shooting in a timed fire cadence (or quicker) results in a 10 more often than focusing on precise aim.  When that happens, the front sight appears to align on the target as the round is fired without deliberate effort.  Maybe that's Zen (or the flow, etc.) and it seems to happen when I'm more focused on trigger control while aligning the sights and less on aiming at the target.  I think I may shoot better in slow fire by firing in a quicker cadence, or perhaps more concisely, shooting each slow fire shot like the first shot of each timed fire target.

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