Stoegerarms Corp

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SHOOTER'S BIBLE

THEfiBOKt: ROOSEVELT oser oiïrrt-d ilie futluwing ns j Mit uf riptiiik indi* ni rlhits: 'LL)on% flinch, ilmi'l hml. Iiil llic IÍIW 11 nit I," In sfmrl- pEii.iseulugy. it applir->i[U*0y well in all facet* of human coÁdmi. Hut tilt fir-t tWL" wards, "Dun'l flinch," might well be Itameil ill Isr^ii, bright letters, i wet every man'* gun tack. V lut m I trap jM<I sko-l simuler* I ami yorr ran include me iiift would lie glaiI if iIiiim- iwu (iordt were pliai ed un tile luik -ni'- il.reing tin: Cooler) uf fiery trap limi-e. F ur lîi ftrlri u g i-. il liut the tunghesl, certainly une nE the [uughesl (if b13 the problems that aflltcl tin; I rap and glmgl ïlionlcr. Il in jusl at [ungli. IOd. Eh it I lie Mr M shu|;irrnner, And it alfectl rtlorr ib|>«ilt-r> than iml think, including mam w Em dün'l know I hey are altli<~t«d,

There ure «viral klrwfí flf Hinche-, Most taaimon !*■ tin1 raimiliivf jerk ul I lie trigger that throw, ilie Jmt pattern n-EF targoi. It lu- ¡"'i n —iij■ I thul thin type el flinch »ripii' ,ih:h uliii i In' cmucioil* lir imVeaniicKiuj desire of the -Em niter lu llin™ bía ihouldet back, a way lr<un the girn'a recoil. I tm llie ntM tyj» mí ilim-Ei Dtnin with ]■ i-i■ ■ I ihtntüti, and 1er, id rifle* hiving pnûtLciUy no r-titoü, Tlic flinch may come (mm i»mr kiml oí fear oE i lie nuise or blast ni the dial, or (nu ii i ere »widen releas-e <d the nflprauis ten,inn tEr.il has lmill up with the ellurl tu nuke tin: stini perfect.

Hut i hi- i- nul tile mrl[f kind nF "flinch." Some «haulers have ii tendency to "freeiv" un th<- I rigger, slopping tEreir I rigger pull al ■ lie ill-turn before firing. This ravlli in V -Imi behind -he larget, « in ,1 delayed shut m Ii ¡Ir; tin- -liimltT catch«« « M will: I tie ¡argel. Slit] ut lier shoutcr* cluse (heir eyet at (En1 mutant ul firing, lustng all visual aid at tire ■■iLirl lime when il iï needed. Others lift llieir face fi nui Iliu stock it lhe eriliciil tn-"i4iii[, puksihly to avoid facial pu ni dune nt En 1111 recoil. All «f the« arc ne mm- re-ICtidDV. iinrl 41II are prnlruhly iinlucert hy fear of one kind nr 41 millier. There are many "sure lire" recipes for curing ItineEr. II rile am I piilol mark*inen, Whaie gun* are sighled an target at the in. .nuil of firing, swi-ar hy I lie amply "chamber I reel menl. \ friend load*, or fiili Ja load^ the rifle ur pisiní. Tin: -Emuler make- hiT "shot." llie ?Uu ii empty, bul lie ill m he-—mid ices his IlineEr in llie wuy hi« tlgbtl fuap off t4irj(e1. I Ee then re*ÜM9 tTn.it! he i- flinching, and devale« hi-i ell^irts direelly to nvl flineh-injî. 'l'Iiiî «tlerr muki, Bui it is nul nearly vu effective f»r sh'ilgi muer«. b(tlüH I lie iris a moving -ight pieUire and the effect ot I he flinch is mrt nearly so apparent.

i'roper slink fiitiii): i'jiii very nflen tediH~e a shotgun thikrtrr'i teudeney m Jlineli, fur

I lie riM-Miii i lilt the fitted HÍlM"k [Idle. IIHlt jnh lii- "honlder. lIlh-" nul |¡imr*h liis lare, the lii- »Id ill liiiiui! -loi-k «ii«I. Il 3* 41 pruicn f.nl th.it n stuck I El al i- tmr h mu, nr improper^ pilrlieij or eombed. i n n m-ike a lirtrelier nuil nf a nuii-Ilinelier in an afternoon'* shooting j it *h<uit<f fullnw thin llifti a mm nErinr reoiil dues nul hurl the ihwner .EmimIhí help i he ?liouler to stop ilineliin;;.

Correct i np an 111,fit t rnj; iteck i-- rebtively easy, either liy alleratiun oE lire -luck ur liy replacing ¡I with fitted *r«rk. Sfllrtílitaté 4| 11 til ni ir needeiE i, lu aild Do or reilmv "lucli len^rli. Sometime* ilie proEdeni no l>e -i 11 veil liy ir raping down llic height of (Ire

ton "inall, or so ibrtlcd tira) it cramp* I lie hand. \E| <,f these faiilln can lie eoimel«d at a prieç, 11-h. i lie iftiili- small.

But «met i men nune of tEie^e lliirrg- eu re the (liiielier of his lmliit. Perhaps |ii- p;ir-lieulaf lirand ol fliiieh Wii not caused liy fear Or Ida'«, or found, ur reeoif. Inri lay some LLOfueucd t«n*ian. -Simuler- ni I un g rjperi* ence, vrith içiro^ rijmtly Jilted m lEn-m and ii-h-<E lUCctsifully fur year-, develop Itineli- -

or why, I dmi'l IthiiW; lull aller many years of ling. I h r i mi m' lUnehet. J l-il<i

1liat mine wu the worst nf all piisvihle Ijpa-of flinches, for ifir inry reaaon thai f wa* Jtr experienced "hunier. For me, the 'Simple" cure* wire ukIhs beemiH I had atn-adh HBfd lln-m. My gipin rtîit fil nie. iJid mil hurl lue; ami if j wirs a Ira in I of Irla-I il »], m r'ery i-irdden deteinpineiit. since liEa-i Eradn'l iiorheretl me before. The only thing fur tar. they said, was .1 release irijiper—a 1 rigger thai I1411E lu he held hack iloring I he urmirtg -wing, tlr.it iin'it wlreii released, on llie for-wirnl instead «I ilie naiyard movement

Su \ Eurd my g id 11- rrlmift willi rel ease irigjire-. fii,j you ,-h l'í- n > io ride it hicyele on vfliit-lr vuli hird lu petlal haekward la gu htrward? Tlreaking dnwn all i In' ingraineil I III lut' ul lri(iger r«|UH-ir tn Ivnrk n O'led-e I jigger is nul easy, cither. 1 lia te lu think Imw many hint? fell ttoluucAed nhrle aty t"« remained on fired because 1 wa- pulling un raille) tiran releasing thru trigger, I tul 1 learned ; ami I -liippril ilirrehing, M ay he llie sheer menial cgnctnlnlin requimi to muki: in y linger re vet-e it ^ lung tflabliillrd trigger niuhi-nu'iit 11 ink my mi 111J o IT whatever it thai made me n Uineher, I don't knuw why, nor hew: all I know is lliat nuw E'm Eruslin' h in I- again, ami I bat's *lial nislters,

"Dry firing." »winging an unladed gon un llic flying target ami pulling the trigger lu simúlale the *lml. ha" helped iii.iny Hincher-, !)<> I his eïclu-i^idy llirnngh a nrrnrher of {Centïituèti an p^xc 40j

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