Sometimes i'll anticipate the recoil as I shoot.. causing me to shoot off target - a good way to help improve that is to dryfire a LOT.. dryfiring is fine with Glocks.. and a great way to practice your shooting.
Ok, not trying to be a jerk here but:anticipating the recoil and pushing the gun .... dry fire practice.
OK, your not a jerk.Ok, not trying to be a jerk here but:
If your saying that he is anticipating the recoil, That would be a mindset issue, correct?
He's waiting for the bang, anticipating it and causing a flinch.
So how would dry fire practice where you KNOW the gun isnt going to go bang help with anticipating the bang?
your taking the cause of the problem away, of course your going to do 100 reps perfectly.
You have to break the habit using live fire mixed with dummies, work through the issue not remove it. That way your brain DOESNT KNOW if its going to go bang or not. And when it doesnt you get the instant feed back and can correct.
You got that right ......How about both dryfiring (great thing to do in the house.. (bathroom.. sitting position?)) And mixing in dummy rounds at your range..
I see benefits from both.
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Wouldn't do much for anticipation, but could help with technique. Sometimes a heavy trigger can be harder for some shooters to use. I had a buddy who had a G22 with an NY2 trigger spring setup in it, and when he would start to apply trigger pull pressure, the pull was so heavy that he would jerk/flinch because he couldn't keep a slow steady pull. I swapped the NY2 out for a factory S spring and did a .25 cent trigger job on it, and my buddy turned into a force to be reckoned with after the trigger was lightned.how is lightening the trigger pull going to help with proper trigger technique and anticipating the recoil?
of course you can ... just add more memory.cant solve software issues with hardware.