Message from @gunsforthepoors17

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2020-02-04 22:52:14 UTC  

I propose to use this thread for firearms questions as in manipulations and drills as well as sharing good training resources

2020-02-04 23:18:47 UTC  

how do I get the clothes hanger out of my kalash

2020-02-04 23:19:02 UTC  

time sensitive question need to do an abortion

2020-02-04 23:19:31 UTC  

Belt can we not

2020-02-04 23:19:48 UTC  

I want this server to be somewhat serious

2020-02-04 23:20:24 UTC  

needed that for a thing

2020-02-04 23:20:25 UTC  

done

2020-02-04 23:20:31 UTC  

Okay lol

2020-02-04 23:57:19 UTC  

Does anyone know of some good techniques for getting proficient with your rifle?

2020-02-04 23:58:10 UTC  

Like I've been doing this thing where I as quick as possible go from a ready position so aiming down sights and putting two rounds on the target

2020-02-04 23:58:28 UTC  

To get used to lining the irons up with my eye quickly

2020-02-05 00:03:19 UTC  

You can hang a paper on your wall with a dot on it. Then stand on the opposite side of the room with your rifle down and stare directly at the dot, then shoulder your rifle and see where it is in relation to the dot, adjust it until it is aimed at the dot. Do this over and over to cause your rifle to automatically aim where you are looking when you shoulder it.

2020-02-05 00:05:23 UTC  

Then with your two round drills. Have two magazines with one bullet in each. Then start in the down position while looking at your target. Shoulder your rifle and fire. Then reload and kneel. Fire again and see how long that took. I figure that uses a lot of different skills so it will help you the most.

2020-02-05 01:55:00 UTC  

Yes dry fire and practice sight acquisition

2020-02-05 01:56:45 UTC  

Obviously some of these are higher round count drills but practicing trigger work over prolonged strings of fire is important.

2020-02-05 01:57:18 UTC  

Also are you wanting dry fire or live fire

2020-02-05 04:32:47 UTC  

I go around my house and dry fire at light switches and the corners of the wall and ceilings so you get movement as well