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Old 10-22-2019, 9:13 AM
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Thank you for all the advice on curing my flinching.

I am happy with the drill that I have been using, for me it helps me visualize what I am doing wrong. I am a fan of Adam Pinchaud's simple approach.

I was not really concerned about the issues without the magazine. I was just curious so I posted here to see if it was common.

My flinching is not that extreme, but I like to keep improving.

Here is a 15 shot target at 10 yards. The grouping is biased about 1" to the left as a result to my flinching. While doing this drill I can see what is going on and why I am shooting to the left. So I find it helpful.


That’s a very consistent flinch!
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Thank you for all the advice on curing my flinching.



I am happy with the drill that I have been using, for me it helps me visualize what I am doing wrong. I am a fan of Adam Pinchaud's simple approach.



I was not really concerned about the issues without the magazine. I was just curious so I posted here to see if it was common.



My flinching is not that extreme, but I like to keep improving.



Here is a 15 shot target at 10 yards. The grouping is biased about 1" to the left as a result to my flinching. While doing this drill I can see what is going on and why I am shooting to the left. So I find it helpful.


One inch low and left from 10 yards is probably not a result of flinching. I am echoing JTROKS that your flinching must be very very very consistent to achieve that small group offsetting from the point of aim.

It could be your trigger control. As you pressed the trigger, your front sight dipped low and moved left. I am not talking much, probably 1/32 of an inch.
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Thatís a very consistent flinch!
That's a good enough group to show that the sights need to be adjusted to the shooter.
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^^^^ I agree

Based on the group offset in the photo (1") and stated range to target (360"), for a G17 (6.49" sight radius) - drift the rear sight right .018"
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