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    The Precision & Cadence Drill

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    Precision & Cadence
    Shooting Drill

    PRECISION + CADENCE

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    PRECISION + CADENCE

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    This shooting drill is called Precision & Cadence because it allows you to focus on both of these fundamentals shooting skills on one simple and printable letter-sized target.  The Precision fire portion of this shooting drill will consist of shooting 0.75" circles across horizontal and vertical lines. The Cadence fire portion of this shooting drill will consist of shooting rhythmically in a 3.5" bullseye.

    Why is there an "A" and "B" section of the target? We designed the target in this way so you can attempt to make incremental improvements in your shooting fundamentals and performance when comparing your hits and accuracy from the A side to the B side.

    With the precision circles being as small as they are, you will be shooting up close and focusing on supreme accuracy, trigger control and sighting.  At close range consider height-over-bore ratio and start gathering data about your POA (point of aim) versus POI (point of impact) with your specific firearm.

    With the cadence bullseye you should primarily focus on rapid strings of rhythmic accurate fire. On this portion of the drill focus on mitigating recoil, trigger reset and trigger finger discipline. To shoot fast you must reset the trigger in the recoil and you must mitigate muzzle rise during recoil to get your next shot on target. 
    This shooting drill is called Precision & Cadence because it allows you to focus on both of these fundamentals shooting skills on one simple and printable letter-sized target.  The Precision fire portion of this shooting drill will consist of shooting 0.75" circles across horizontal and vertical lines. The Cadence fire portion of this shooting drill will consist of shooting rhythmically in a 3.5" bullseye.

    Why is there an "A" and "B" section of the target? We designed the target in this way so you can attempt to make incremental improvements in your shooting fundamentals and performance when comparing your hits and accuracy from the A side to the B side.

    With the precision circles being as small as they are, you will be shooting up close and focusing on supreme accuracy, trigger control and sighting.  At close range consider height-over-bore ratio and start gathering data about your POA (point of aim) versus POI (point of impact) with your specific firearm.

    With the cadence bullseye you should primarily focus on rapid strings of rhythmic accurate fire. On this portion of the drill focus on mitigating recoil, trigger reset and trigger finger discipline. To shoot fast you must reset the trigger in the recoil and you must mitigate muzzle rise during recoil to get your next shot on target. 
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