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Olympic Pistol shooting primer

Postby Tank » Mon Jul 29, 2013 11:20 am

I have found this website to have some very good information, especially the basic pointers to get you started : http://www.tenrings.co.uk/4598.html
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Re: Olympic Pistol shooting primer

Postby Certus » Mon Jul 29, 2013 12:19 pm

Tank wrote:I have found this website to have some very good information, especially the basic pointers to get you started : http://www.tenrings.co.uk/4598.html


Hi Graham,

Thanks for posting the very interesting link. Although I don't do as much serious precision shooting now that I'm getting on a bit, the the theory and techniques remain the same when attempting to shoot any pistol accurately.

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Re: Olympic Pistol shooting primer

Postby Tank » Mon Jul 29, 2013 2:06 pm

Yes Brian, I certainly found it very informative. Many of the things on there I had been taught in the distant past though my memory being what it is nowadays I consider myself fortunate that I find my way home at night, unaided!
John Marchant is the chap behind it and he is well known in the shooting fraternity. I suppose that really it is one thing to shoot well and quite another to teach somebody how to shoot well. Quite different things.
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