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Re: Optimal rate of failure to improve.
Reply #15 - Nov 25th, 2023 at 5:48pm
 
@Blindsquirrel - Squirrel, cant speak for anyone else but nothing youve said offends me. I like straight talk brother. If thats your thoughts on it by all means speak your mind. We dont all have to agree with each other here all the time. Things stagnate if we dont speak out.
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Re: Optimal rate of failure to improve.
Reply #16 - Nov 29th, 2023 at 9:09am
 
Tomas wrote on Nov 12th, 2023 at 6:26am:
Time to humble myself.
To achieve the rate of failure described in this clip I'm going to have to shorten the distance, shorten the sling and define a larger target than I'm used to aiming for.
Anyone else want to join in an compare results and timeline?

https://youtu.be/81shDwRwD8U?si=P4BhlWfZrJlbYVos


Ok,  but why do you need to change 3 things  simultaneously to achieve this metric?  Maybe try changing one at a time?

Im specifically interested in why you think a shorter sling would improve accuracy.  Assuming the same ammo, short slings have a higher natural frequency, which means your timing needs to be more precise to be accurate.
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