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Old 18th November 2011, 09:52 AM
Artfull-Bodger Artfull-Bodger is offline
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Good effort Xeno, it takes a while to hone a springer technique, once you have sorted your position you then have to work on getting your hold and position consistent, the vast majority of loose groups will be caused by trigger controll, but, being able to maintain your firing position is very important!

you have to work on making sure the "feel" of the rifle is the same for each shot, and by that I mean you have to concentrate on the way the rifles weight and pressure against your hands shoulder and cheek feels, after a while it becomes subconcious and you get this nagging feeling when somethings not right.also make sure you follow through its critical with a springer, let the rifle recoil without you taking your eye off the target and freeze in place after the shot to seehow much the crosshairs came off the target, that can point to changes that need to be made.

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