Motivation Is Back

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SCATT Expert Review & Comparison to SCATT Professional

I've recently gotten a hold on a SCATT MX-02 for my pistol training, which has allowed me to use it both with the SCATT Expert and Professional (Pro) apps (you can download them both free here). Making this post came to mind because until now I've been using the Pro version with my SCATT USB …

Rafael Sánchez López: “When you enter a nervousness loop the best you can do is stop and rest”

I’ve had the luck of meeting Rafael Sánchez López and competing with him thanks to the online shooting leagues that have flourished during the coronavirus crisis. His targets are the stuff of dreams... Multiple times Spanish champion in 10 m air pistol, he can be found in international competitions like the World Championship and Cups, and he’s also preparing his next Olympic games.

Hand Pressure and Trigger Pistol Training Plans

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Motivation Struggle

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Meyton Electronic Target Remote Cheatsheet

A cheatsheet to manage the Meyton Elektronic target while training or competing without fear of messing up.

Hardcore Hold Training

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How to Click a Pistol: ISSF Windage and Elevation Sighting Instructions

Don't be afraid to click. Changes in lighting, contrast, and your own body mean that you will be clicking not only when you change ranges, but also as a match or training session progress. There's no such thing as a "zero" or perfect sight alignment for pistol shooting. The point of impact with the exact same pistol and settings will change from shooter to shooter, as we all size differently and the relationship of our eyes, body, and sights change from person to person.

9 Ring Hold & Trigger Release Training Plan

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