31 May 2016

Changing It Up

First master the form.  With mastery of the form, speed and power will follow.

Or so said every karate instructor I've ever had.

I decided that punching deliberate holes in the center of the target wasn't helping with anything and was getting boring.

So I did some Mozambique drill on this paper terrorist and his .22 SCAR at 10 yards with the old faithful FN Browning Grande Puissance.

An old "shoot faster" bugaboo resurfaced from lack of practice... perishable skill, who knew?  I'll often double tap with the second shot going off before I'm lined back up.  Too quick to get back on the trigger is the problem.  The only thing that fixes it is practice.

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