jitu sati wrote:off to RJ state shooting championships. will let you know the results on return.vaya con dios
Good Luck and do us all proud
jitu sati wrote:hey gurujan
> Finally what helped me incredibly after the first set to recover was pranayam.
so brihaji a big thx to you .
so now back to prac and improvement
> pl advise now how to improve from here on. what additionall things should i do
2. What can be done is that the AP can be put down on the table (if it's not loaded) with action open and you can do whatever you wanna do to relax. Sit, drink, eat, do pranayam etc. etc. In this case it helps to take a break every now and then - hence the 3-shot cycle (as I once did) or the 4-shot cycle (as Jitu does) or the 5-shot cycle (as I do now) followed by most shooters. You can massage your palms and blow air as advised by tirpassion. However, if the AP is loaded and you feel the pain or the fatigue - do whatever to get that shot off and only then you can put the AP down and break off. Ah! And how do you put down the case ? It should be put down in such a fashion that the gun inside is also pointing down the range and when you open it and take out the gun, it's in same fashion!!! I was very kindly informed of this "rule" at Capt EZ at MRA by a good guy there last year. Being a right handed person, I had put the case on my rhs with hinges to the left and the latches to the right - so the AP inside was naturally pointing towards me!!!
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