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Pistol Accuracy Made Easy

Pistol Accuracy Made Easy

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“Pistol Accuracy Made Easy” October 2011 All rights reserved. They are sold with the understanding that neither the authors nor the publisher are engaged in rendering professional psychological.S. political. equipment recommendations. or in those areas where local restrictions may limit or prohibit the purchase. tactics and training advice or from recommendations by staff or contributing writers. electronic or mechanical. or by any information storage and retrieval system. recording. CONCEALED CARRY AND CONCEALED CARRY MAGAZINE DISCLAIMER Concealed Carry Magazine.USConcealedCarry. LLC. or other professional services through the dissemination of this publication. instruction. GET INVOLVED! Support the bill of rights and vote for folks that believe in the natural born right to self-defense. USCCA or Delta Media. the services of a competent professional should be sought. Check local laws before purchasing. AUTHOR’S DISCLAIMER This publication is designed to provide the authors’ beliefs and opinions in regard to the subject matter covered. carrying or use of certain items.com U. Carrying a concealed weapon can be very dangerous if you are not well trained and familiar with the weapon you carry. it’s not the government’s job to tell you how much training you need! It is your responsibility as an armed citizen. Notice: Some advertisements may concern products that are not legally for sale to California residents or residents in other jurisdictions. including photocopying. . without permission from the publisher. firearm instructional. Now don’t get us wrong. or counseling are needed. Copyright © 2003-2011 by US Concealed Carry Association No part of this work may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means. Mention of a product or service in advertisements or text does not necessarily mean that it has been tested or approved by Concealed Carry Magazine. If expert assistance. LLC are not responsible for mishaps of any kind which may occur from use of published firearms information. USCCA and Delta Media. No advertised or reviewed item is intended for sale in those states. If this bothers you.www. legal.

For example. If you need help with these two items. you should instead practice your two handed grip technique. Much more likely. The purpose of this chart is to help you learn to understand what it means when your bullets hit in a place other than the bull’s-eye. our director of marketing has created a handy video on YouTube that you can see if you go to this URL: http://www. . is getting this critical information into your hands.com/watch?v=AVSVGbEXZSg If however.Pistol Accuracy Made Easy Dear fellow responsibly armed citizen. that does NOT mean that you made a separate error with each individual trigger pull. you’ll find a chart that is separated into many sections.S.All Rights Reserved. Concealed Carry Association & Delta Media LLC . because they almost never need to be adjusted.youtube. you find that you are indeed grouping at consistent patterns around the bull’s-eye. I do not take credit for this research – I believe it was the US Army that perfected this type of work. and one above. Good luck. enjoy. and that is. and you have one bullet to the right of the bull’s-eye. and your trigger pull. if you walk down to your target after you shoot. Each section of the target has been created after thorough research and study of what makes bullets hit where they do. Reproduction without permission prohibited. you’ll need to reverse the sectors of the chart in order for it to be useful. There is one final important note about this handgun accuracy chart. The ranges that you’ll be shooting your self-defense handgun are simply too small to ever allow any mis-calibration of the sights to have any significant impact on where your bullets are hitting the target. All I take credit for. 3 © 2003-2011 U. or trigger pull. If your bullets are not in a group like this. the handgun accuracy chart that you’ll find in the next page will most likely be the answer to your problem. Most handguns sights are not adjustable. The chart has been set up for a right-handed shooter. then before you begin looking to handgun accuracy chart. 16 inches below. On the following page. this chart is only useful if your bullets are hitting consistently in these areas. and stay safe. such as 4 inches at 21 feet. If you shoot left-handed. Your shots should be in relatively tight groups. is that you are not being consistent enough in your grip. another to the left.

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