Originally Posted by maestro
Yes, this is a common myth but please read my article about lock times
and you'll see that that 0.5 millisecond difference doesn't mean anything, compared to the human reaction time.
I guess the question is can 0.5 milliseconds make a difference. I would say any reduction in time will help. BUT no doubt simply improving standing, kneeling, follow through, general trigger control and all other aspects would reap greater rewards. If you have covered all these bases then it has to be on the list even if it's a a little way down the list.
I did a little test yesterday between exacts and express in wind and some good info came back off that.