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AIMING IS USELESS! 3 Secrets To Great Shooting | Rob Leatham 6x IPSC World Champion!

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Okay, that is a pretty good watch for handgun shots. But I think Yuri Tsaitsev would disagree with the title.
 

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Okay, that is a pretty good watch for handgun shots. But I think Yuri Tsaitsev would disagree with the title.
What /Who is Yuri Tsaitsev ?
Does he compete in IPSC competitions ?

Every class I have taken talk '"POINT and SHOOT" not "Aim and Shoot". After all they are Self-Defense style competitions.
 
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Great advice from a world class shooter.
 

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practicing dry fireing with a laser will give you visual feed back on how much trigger influence you are having ..........i do it a lot just pick a pie plate spot ......draw ...point(not aim) ...dry fire.....

it really works better to do it by concentrating on the target and having someone else watch your laser dot move for you

you dont use the laser to aim .....just as feed back on your movements
 

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I figured as much. Two very different tactics and approaches to two very different situations. My hat is off to both of them and our US military SNIPERS too.
 

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He was a Russian sniper in the battle of Stalingrad. You might enjoy the movie "Enemy at the Gates."
Good movie. I haven’t seen it since it came out on DVD. I’ll need to watch it again, sometime.
 

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I've not had a single problem with mine yet.