"Mix some snap caps in with your live rounds in the magazine."
What does this do for me in improving my accuracy (obvious value practicing for failure drills)? I already know about the anticipation when I lose count with a revolver and try to fire the 'seventh' round. So I'll see the anticipation again. Then what? Tell myself 'don't DO that' and move on? I already tell myself that, too.
~click~ "Yup, I flinched. That's bad, according to all the books. Now what?"
Big recoil guns, then switch to lighter recoil? Helps very briefly. Shooting a .45 feels like a .22 after a few cylinders of .44 magnum.
Light recoil guns, then switch to heavier recoil? Same thing, only backwards.
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