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    Pin Float

    Hey everyone,

    So I have been shooting well at 20yards at out range but I have been fighting against the pin so to speak. When I draw with my eyes closed, i open them and my pin is off to the right by about a foot. It tends to drift to the right once I get it on target. This causes me to be off to the left because I am trying to compensate. Anyone know any remedies for this?

    Best,
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    Move your stance until your natural point of aim is centered on target.

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    Normally a situation like this is because of your stance. Your lower body is fighting your upper body. I have an article written on this and how to find the perfect stance for yourself on my website.

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    You'll have to scroll to the bottom a bit to find it.
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    Open stance up like others have stated
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    If you're not running a side bar that helped me a lot with settling the pin on target
    Speed is fine. Accuracy is final.

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    Thank you all for the pointers. Will put it into effect at my next session. Thanks again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RCR_III View Post
    Normally a situation like this is because of your stance. Your lower body is fighting your upper body. I have an article written on this and how to find the perfect stance for yourself on my website.

    www.rcrchery.wordpress.com

    You'll have to scroll to the bottom a bit to find it.
    Excellent article!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kanga View Post
    Excellent article!
    Thank you!
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