Horns of Dilemma - Foresight Shooting
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      Hello friends, In the last two videos, we discussed What a surprise shot is? and we discussed What flinching is?. Now, in this video, we will discuss how each and every shot should be a surprise shot so that it goes in the ten.

      In order to shoot a surprise shot and to avoid flinching. You have to mentally concentrate 100 percent. Focus only on the trigger feeling before, during and after the shot is fired.

      Now, that is easier said than done, because as you can see in this video, the moment you start concentrating on the second pull of the trigger, your mind gets diverted to the foresight shaking, and then you wait until your foresight stops shaking, then you go back to concentrating on your trigger operation.

      Then it may also happen that your mind gets distracted to the entire sights shaking as shown in the video. You wait till the sights become steady and then you go back to concentrating on your trigger operation.

      Sometimes your mind gets distracted by an improper focus as shown in the video. And then again, you wait so that you get a good focus and then again, you go back to concentrating on the trigger operation.

      And sometimes it can so happen that your mind gets distracted by the arc of movement, so you wait till your arc of movement is reduced, then you go again back to concentrating on your trigger operation.

      So even before the shot is fired, your mental focus is completely diffused.

      What happens is when the shot is fired, your mental focus is completely diffused and your shot can go anywhere. So this is the dilemma that each shooter faces, when the sights come into the aiming area, when you should be concentrating 100 percent on the trigger operation. Unfortunately, it gets diverted.

      The key to shooting a surprise shot and to shoot a ‘10’, is to keep yourself mentally focused on the trigger operation, which means that you must have immense confidence in your aiming process.

      As you know, the aiming process is when the sights come into the aiming area, the sights should be aligned. Your focus on the foresight sight should be excellent and your arc of movement should be reduced, this should happen automatically for each and every shot.

      And if you have the confidence in your aiming process, only then you can concentrate 100 % on your trigger operation.

      Your mind can focus only on one thought at any given point of time. You cannot think of the aiming process and the trigger operation at the same time. Its either the aiming process or the trigger operation. So if you want to concentrate 100 percent on the trigger operation, you have to make your aiming process automatic and you should have the confidence that your sights would be aligned, your focus will be sharp on the foresight, and your arc of movement is reduced.

      Now, to do this and to keep your mind focused on trigger operation before, during and after the shot. Requires systematic training, and this systematic training will now be available. On my website through a series of videos. Those who are seriously interested in mastering the aiming process and mastering the trigger operation so that both the aiming process and the trigger operation becomes automatic. Please go on my website, check out the questionnaire which is in Hindi as well as in English, just fill it out and I will receive it.

      I will go through these applications. I will shortlist them and I will call the shortlisted students personally till then. All the best, thank you.

       

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