So check this out.
The headshots are Single Action revolver shooting. The others are aiming at the chest bullseye with a Single Action 1911 style pistol.
Two conclusions struck me.
One: If the zombies come tomorrow, grab the revolver, not the 1911. Make those headshots. Well, 5 out of 6 headshots......
Two: WHY the difference?!
BOTH are single action…
Ok, the grip hold is different. But I shoot other more DA style semi-autos better, and other SA semi-auto as poorly. SIG’s come to mind for that.
Could it be the bigger boom of the .45 over the .38? I DO shoot the .380 1908 Colt better, and the same 1911 with a .22 conversion kit on it better… But I shoot the revolver just as well single action with .357 magnums loaded. And that is nothing if not a BIG boom.
Sigh. I really need to find a REAL shooting instructor. Target shooting style. The class I took was great but it was geared toward concealed carry. I need to find out once and for all what I am doing wrong and CORRECT that bad habit. And that’s what it is now, a bad habit.
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