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Ralene Houck Meets the DallyPost Tactical Target
|Posted by Lance Earl of Lance Earl, LLC on January 02, 2012|
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What a great way to start the New Year – spend the day on the range with the DallyPost Tactical Target System! Five of us spent about four hours shooting a variety of scenarios from 1.1 to 3.2 on the System’s scale, and we only scratched the surface of the possibilities this System has to offer. With programmable speed, direction, distance, and pause time, the DallyPost Tactical Target System offered no end of challenging fun for all of us. The worst part of the day was waiting for my turn!
I’ve been a civilian shooter for over 30 years, a competitive silhouette shooter for over 20 years, and have shot PPC intermittently for over 10 years. Having been accustomed to static targets, it was tricky for me to change my mindset and learn to fire at moving targets, but the DTT System made the learning interesting and relatively easy with its progressive structure. At the slowest and easiest levels, we were able to practice working on gun control, trigger control, sight acquisition, and other basics of safe gun handling on the range. As the levels progressed, we worked on different skills: acquiring an accurate site picture on moving targets, moving ourselves to fire at a moving target, and firing from behind various barricades.
The DallyPost Tactical Target System is an imaginative, creative, and innovative way to practice basic skills, learn new skills, and become a more proficient shooter – and have a great day on the range!
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