I have compiled the best of my shooting knowledge in this document: the processes everything related to technique and mental for every pistol discipline (precision and rapid fire) and distance (10m, 25m, and 50m). This is the live document that I use as reference to prepare for training and competition, the guide that helps me remember and focus on how to do things well. I will update it as I change things and evolve. I can’t go back to check all my shooting journals to remind myself how to shoot well, and find one useful information here, another there, and something that is not longer relevant in another document. Time to bite the bullet and write my very own pistol shooting Bible.
After my loooooong break from pistol shooting while studying, I finally came back to ASTir Creil to train with the MOP team, Aurore and Daniel Goberville. Following the French season calendar, the team was back to training to prepare the 10m French National Championship. This is what we did.
A new MOP training plan focused on 25m pistol and is a follow up of training plan 1 and training plan 2, under the direction of coach Daniel Goberville. Challenges, new final format training, medal matches… all for Precision and Rapid Fire Pistol (RFP). A whole day of training at the 25m range 🙂
This MOP training plan focuses on 25m pistol and is a follow up of this training plan. Under the direction of coach Daniel Goberville we spent a full day training at the 25m range and it was great to be outdoors for a change (the ASTir Creil range has really nice installations), although my thumb ended up sore from all the loading, which was a great incentive to find ways to protect it.
ts different events for 25 and 10m (if you are curious about the air pistol events, check out the rules). I got to the Belgian national finals with his advice and a little bit of practice 🙂
Kevin Venta is one of the shooters that I’ve found thanks to social media (there are a lot of shooters on Instagram!). Originally Slovenian, he is now member of the German national team and has managed to fulfill two of his shooting dreams. He’s had an impressive progress since he started pistol shooting (six months …
Learn the basics of the rapid fire pistol events to improve your technique and performance.