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Old 02-04-2010, 03:40 PM
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Holland Long Range Shooting School - Bolt Manipulation

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Old 02-08-2010, 11:56 PM
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mmmm... Nice..
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Old 02-09-2010, 12:27 AM
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Re: Holland Long Range Shooting School - Bolt Manipulation

Notice how he blinks, just as he dry fires.
Not there when he uses real ammo though.

Some good points to remember.
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I was fortunate enough to recieve some shooting lessions from Gunny Sgt. Hathcock (the famous Viet Nam sniper) at a Navy match shoot. He demonstrated the rapid fire bolt technique just like above. Over the years I have incorporated this into my hunting and always use the technique when practice shooting, even on the bench. I have managed to double up on several deer and other game over the years. Once a buck was chasing a doe. I shot the doe in the neck and she droped in a heap. The buck came running up behind and sniffed her butt. Before he had a chance to figure out the gig was up he too had a round through the neck. Both deer were stacked on top of each other.
Because this technique forces you to keep your eyes on the target before, during and after the shot it forces you to focus on the target which greatly helps keep you focused improving your shooting technique.
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i can do it... sucky thing is my gun is a single shot :(
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Well I'm sure if I videod myself, I'm neither as fast or smooth a him but I do keep my head on the stock and maintain sight picture...I guess just a habit I developed as it's a PITA to get my scope back on my paper target at the range once you move out of position. Good informative video.
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Re: Holland Long Range Shooting School - Bolt Manipulation

i first watched this movie a few months ago and after practicing what Mr.Holland said i feel like i am more apart of the firearm than ever before
oh if only i had the $ to participate in one of his classes i think i would be able to learn a lot
thank you for your instructional videos
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