Today Rich Graham of Full Spectrum Warrior discusses the 4 components necessary to achieve long range accuracy after a brief discussion on MOA.
The 4 Components:
1. The Weapon System
2. The Scope
4. The Shooter
All four most be in concert to achieve accuracy.
I'd like to welcome Greg Mihovich as a contributing coach to Full Spectrum Warrior.
Greg and I coauthored the Combat Mobility System or CMS.
Move better, move more efficiently, and reduce wear and tear on your body by employing the CMS.
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If it seems like sometimes your gun just isn't shooting right, there's a couple things you can check.
First, did you start dialing in with your 100 yd zero? Sometimes, this is all it takes to get back to shooting like you and your gun know you can. Always start and end you session with setting your scope back to the 100 yd zero.
Second, do a quick equipment inspection and make sure nothing is loose. On the video above, the screws were loose on the scope mount and the scope moved. This of course affected our accuracy.
These two quick things can save you a lot of frustration.
In this video I explain why you should practice changing eyes when switching hands, even with a handgun.
For the full scoop, members of the Full Spectrum Warrior can check out the Combat Mobility System Video on ambidextrous shooting.
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This video is the first installment of the three part Nauka Introduction and Strike Series on the FSW Membership. Rich discusses Nauka, where it originated, mindset, and the liquid guard and how its different than sport fighting.
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