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I am thinking about filming a tips and techniques video on the basic fundamentals of shooting a pistol. There will be a write-up included and I would make it a sticky here on the forum so its easy to find for any shooter, be it new or any in general whom would be looking for any info of the sort. I would be basing it off of my opinions, using the techniques that I have used and developed over my time as a pistol shooter, that I have used to teach myself and others with. It would be featuring my G22.

Anyways, Im just wondering if anyone would be interested. Please post your thoughts and give me a Yay of Nay.
 

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I am thinking about filming a tips and techniques video on the basic fundamentals of shooting a pistol. There will be a write-up included and I would make it a sticky here on the forum so its easy to find for any shooter, be it new or any in general whom would be looking for any info of the sort. I would be basing it off of my opinions, using the techniques that I have used and developed over my time as a pistol shooter, that I have used to teach myself and others with. It would be featuring my G22.

Anyways, Im just wondering if anyone would be interested. Please post your thoughts and give me a Yay of Nay.
I would be very interested!

I used several of your tips today at the range... I changed the way I held the pistol to your method of pressing out with my right hand and pulling backwards with my left hand. Before I was trying to hold the pistol steady by just sort of pressing my hands together like a clamp. Your way works better!

I also tried the 45 degree stance you mentioned. I like that because it makes me feel steadier and also seems to help position my hands a little better. It changes the way my hands intersect with the pistol.

Oh yea, my vote would be a YAY!!!
 

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Well I shot the video earlier tonight, took just over an hour, lots of oopses. I did it inside cause it was too windy to shoot in outside. After I got it all shot it took close to 45 minutes to get it onto my computer, stupid software didnt want to load. Then when I finally got it on my computer and starting reviewing the footage, it was too dark. So, Im gonna mess with the footage in my editing program and see if I can lighten it up, or I will just shoot it again, outside in the bright light.
 

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Wow, that sounds like a lot of work...

I'm sure it will be worthwhile once you have it finished...
 

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Go for it! I think that would be a great idea! One question though will there any wimmin in it too? Naw be just a distraction.
Scantily clad with....never mind there I go with my new Drs advice again
 

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Well its not going so good right now. First of all my video cam records videos in a file type that has to be converted. Then those videos have to be converted into a different file type that my editing program can use. But, my video editing program wont import the files. So, so far, its kapoots. But Ill give it a try with my digicam and if that doesnt work, I will just take some story line illustration pictures and include them in the writeup.
 
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