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    Only in the movies do people yell "Pilgrim!" to get the bad guy to turn around.
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    Guys after my first shoots at 50 yards and having some time to think about it. I'm really thinking an optical sight is necessary for accurately shooting a pistol at 50 yards with my old eyes. I believe that would cut down a lot on missing and give me a quicker more accurate shots at long distances. Maybe a micro red dot with 3 moa dot is what I'm thinking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by happygunner View Post
    This should be incorported in a match like carry gun match by Coach, not just static shooting with 1 or 2 targets like a bulleye shooting. Knowing where your POA and POI on your carry gun helps.
    Planning on it. Dont have 50 yards indoors
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    No matter the distance trigger control is more important than sight alignment.
    No one is stronger or more dangerous than the man who can harness his emotions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DadSmith View Post
    Guys after my first shoots at 50 yards and having some time to think about it. I'm really thinking an optical sight is necessary for accurately shooting a pistol at 50 yards with my old eyes. I believe that would cut down a lot on missing and give me a quicker more accurate shots at long distances. Maybe a micro red dot with 3 moa dot is what I'm thinking.
    May I ask what you are shooting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coach View Post
    No matter the distance trigger control is more important than sight alignment.
    Yup. Especially with a Glock, its just a trigger press. I tell new shooters it's as easy as pressing a button. However, your brain screws it all up...haha
    On the other side of fear lies freedom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DadSmith View Post
    bwframe ask a great question in his thread. Can you successful engage a bad guy at 50 yards?

    That got me thinking. I'm going to try just that and post my 1st target I shoot at. And will post as I practice and hopefully progress to get better.

    I would love any criticism that would be helpful to improve.

    While I'm at it I would love for you guys who want to do this post your targets from 50 yards with your ccw weapon or weapons.

    I'm going to try and start tomorrow fingers crossed.
    Can you, yes. Should you? It depends on the totality of the circumstances.
    Either way, training from longer distances will only help your shooting. I have taken our officers back to 100 yards with their duty handguns many times. It takes a little bit to get used to, but once they do it really improves their confidence and shooting at shorter distances.

    Here's a video of me shooting a stock Glock22 at 100 yards:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Selfpreservation View Post
    Can you, yes. Should you? It depends on the totality of the circumstances.
    Either way, training from longer distances will only help your shooting. I have taken our officers back to 100 yards with their duty handguns many times. It takes a little bit to get used to, but once they do it really improves their confidence and shooting at shorter distances.

    Here's a video of me shooting a stock Glock22 at 100 yards:
    https://www.facebook.com/selfpreserv...5551034073788/

    This is true. After 50 yard shooting I noticed a vast improvement on my accuracy at 25 yards and in. I even set a personal best of 98/100 on The Test.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coach View Post
    Planning on it. Dont have 50 yards indoors
    half sized targets at 25yrds

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    Quote Originally Posted by happygunner View Post
    half sized targets at 25yrds
    If you shoot 1/4 IPSC, that looks a lot like A-zone hits on fullsize.

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