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Thread: Rob Leatham on Aiming

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    Quote Originally Posted by T2C View Post
    I had not heard Larry Mudgett's name before. After I googled his name, what I read I found interesting.
    Very early on I once complained to Larry Mudgett that my newly issued 92F sights were off... He then test fired it at 25Y in front of me and handed it back after shooting a fine, well centered group. He didn't actually instruct me on how to pull a trigger, but he sure inspired me to learn how to do so correctly!

    Dennis.

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    Last edited by Dennis; 10-15-18 at 18:06.

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    Years ago I was taught to shoot a rifle my a elderly former Marine.
    I must have spent four hours dry firing before I was given a single round of .22 to fire. We went over it again and again and did the "Dime Trick" several hundred times until we could pull the trigger without tipping the dime off of the barrel.
    If you think about it, aiming has to be one of the simplest things to do in all of the mechanics of actually firing a round.

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