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Old 12-13-2017, 06:34 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I agree with most of the points made in the video.
(but dindt have the patience to watch 100% of it)

I often train with 4 inch paper plates stapled to trees in a buddys yard and set them up at 10 yards.
There are usually 6 of them.

They are not all ahead but at a opened angle maybe 120 degrees.
2 at head height
4 at Chest height
1 at ground height

This forces me to change positions and to re acquire between shots.

My buddy will usually yell " 5,1!" and then of course I shoot those.

When shooting slow the groups are tight. When going near combat speed the groups widen and we have an occasional miss.

I think thats fair.
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