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How To Prepare For A Shooting Event

A shooting can happen anywhere, a mall, down the street. Or even more scaring, in your own home. These guns are designed to put a bullets in the air in a short time, and if you are in a safe location, and have the ammunition, you may want to try some rapid fire. Most legal versions […]

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Fire Only At A Certain Point

For optimal accuracy, fire only at a certain point in your breathing cycle, e.g.when you have just breathed out. U.S. Marine training tutorials advise that single shots should be taken while holding ones breath for no more than 3 seconds. Check the target. If you determine that your round went right, correct to the left, if […]

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Properly Shoot An Assault Rifle

Locate the bolt handle, operating rod or similar device. You will have to operate this to put a cartridge in the chamber, clear stoppages and clear the weapon (make it safe). Locate the magazine (often erroneously called the clip). Load it with cartridges, and insert it into the magazine well. Make sure it latches, or locks […]

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How To Shoot An Air Rifle?

Air rifles are easy to fire, and rifles can be fun and rewarding when you do it right. Here are some tips on how to aim and fire an air rifle. Pick a rifle that fits you. Length and weight are important. You should be able to comfortably hold it steady at ninety degrees to your […]

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Place Your Dominant Hand On The Grip

Sight on your target. Check your rifle’s instructions to learn how to use its particular sight. Most often, you have a small, notched piece of metal at the end nearest you, and a vertical stick (sometimes within a ring) on the end of the barrel. With this type of sight, you have to line the rifle […]

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Instead Of Moving Your Eye down To The Pistol

Target shooting is the basis for accuracy when shooting. The suggestions here are applicable to any kind of shooting, but all I do is target shooting. Hunting techniques undoubtedly vary the process somewhat, but the basic ideas are transferable.Tilt your head so the eye closest to the gun is looking straight down the top of […]

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