Oct 24

Breathing and the effect it has on your hold .

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Well that one published it's self before i was ready . today i was trying ( to keep dry ) and see what effect not stopping breathing when letting off the shot . only had 15 mins on it . but i think breathing through your mouth has some merit . when you are ready to shoot . take three deep breaths to get your lungs up and running . then down to the scope and continue breathing through your mouth but much more shallow breaths . till you are ready to pull the trigger . and as you breath out , squeeze the shot off . worth a try to see if it helps ??? HOLLY

Somewhere is an article on this method of breathing which is associated with 10m standing shooting.

 

Bazzas level of expertise is holding wine glasses ??? HOLLY

no shame there, you could afford a bottle if you did not waste money searching for that elusive straight shooting gun that takes no wind

Elusive ? i already have the best rifle . it is not messing . it is me filling in time . when you are retired all you have is time . a new rifle or a old rifle fettled ( super pup ) keeps the brain going Keith . you have work , i have rifles ??? HOLLY

True, give you that, got to have something to get up for.

Wednesday . thursday and sunday . are chill days . don't care if is raining . cold . foggy . out we go for a couple of hours and chill . hard to beat . as said after chrismas might go back to archery for wednesday ??? HOLLY

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