I'm running out of stuff to talk about. Inspiration will hit, I just hope it's soon.
During the previous range session, I did something extensively that I normally do but rarely. I dry fired the DA snubbie in between each live cylinder.
Have you notice how smooth and easy pulling the trigger is when you know it won't go bang? There is a sense of calm, I have too. At which point I think, "the next 5 shots will be great because of how smooth I am during this dry fire" whereupon I load the revolver and... tense up in anticipation.
I'm wondering if that is how those professional shooters feel? The one that shoot 100,000 rounds a year without breaking a sweat. I wonder if the bang has no more impact than a click, to their eyes. With the shooting part out of their concern they can concentrate on speed and efficiency of motion and overcoming competitive nerves.
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