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I've won a few trophies so I can shoot passably.

The other day I was PRIMARILY checking "function" but still aiming at paper.
The small distraction of ...slightly... being aware of the functioning seemed to ...help

My groups actually diminished. Like maybe I had been concentrating TOO much on holes and not enough on sight picture but letting instinct take over on the SP thing and sorta thinking about the EXTRACTION erased a touch of flinch?

Anybody ever try this?
 

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Pro Gun Advocate
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Sometimes you can just overthink things, refocusing can help.
 

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Old School.
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Take a .22 with you and shoot it for about 15mins and relax. Then get a cold drink and come back and try again to work on your problem. That's what I have done in the pass and it works well. ;)
 

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Harley Dude
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When the groups get to far out of line and I flinch or lose my focus. I too go back to basics with my Ruger 22 target and just take my time until I get my grove back. ;)
 
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Baldy said:
Take a .22 with you and shoot it for about 15mins and relax. Then get a cold drink and come back and try again to work on your problem. That's what I have done in the pass and it works well. ;)

+1 to what Baldy said.
 
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