Originally Posted by NJR 100
Another thing that stood out was follow through. Cant remember watching so many pellets make their way to the target and noting the strike point.
Something I think is key to good shooting... not even so much as seeing follow through after the shot, but I consider it important to start the follow through process before the shot is taken, and if you can't then perhaps it points to an issue further back down the firing process, like position etc...
with the springer it's critical, you simply cannot get away with a stab movement into the kill and a jab on the trigger, you have to get it where you want and sitting so the recoil will come straight back... else all sorts of things happen, normally a firmly stood target with no idea where shot went...