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Favorite performance enhancer?

Discussion in 'Shooting Gear and Storage' started by Preacherman, Dec 21, 2002.

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  1. Nosferatu

    Nosferatu Member

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    Pistol: Standard capacity mags, night sights, lots of ammo and a GOOD holster ;)

    Rifle: Lots of ammo and good sights.

    shotgun: Lots and lots and lots of ammo!
     
  2. Tamara

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    A cleaning kit, a good gunsmith, and lots & lots & lots of ammo.
     
  3. KMKeller

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    Practice, good training, more practice. Constant refinement.
     
  4. Jon Coppenbarger

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    zoloft: its great if you compete as your nightly dose keeps you on a even kell and some good tranq's the night before just enough so you have that I am totally relaxed feel. LOL
    vitamin A and double up a few days before and never panic, never and never think you can not be the best that day no mater who you shoot with.
     
  5. Steve Smith

    Steve Smith Moderator Emeritus

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    Jon, interesting how you and I thought of the same thing.


    As a side note, would you believe I actually "fell" for a girl I went out with tonight? Man, I am such a sucker for women.
     
  6. 45R

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    My Glasses:cool:
     
  7. W.Va.Glassman

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    Prescription shooting glasses,
     
  8. EchoSixMike

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    Assuming adequate practice, good optics are my most important firearms accessory. I find it quite common to have $600 scopes on $300 rifles. Much more useful than vice versa. S/F...Ken M
     
  9. JMLV

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    Uh live ammo?

    its hard to tell where you are hitting with blanks:rolleyes:
     
  10. Sodbuster

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    A dry martini, the other Breakfast of Champions. :D
     
  11. Justin Moore

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    ;)
     
  12. Erik

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    "Favorite performance enhancer?"

    Practice.
     
  13. Soap

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    Lots of practice.

    1907 Slings
    High quality scopes
    Good sights
    Good mags
    Good weather ;)
     
  14. 444

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    Competition/interaction with other serious shooters.
     
  15. Betty

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    other than lots of practice, decent ammo, firearm maintenence, etc...

    Good grips. I've got small hands, so proper grips help alot.
     
  16. triggertime

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    Lots of dry practice.
     
  17. Shooter Solutions

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    It might be too obvious, but one group I think to check out also is the sister section to Firearm Accessories: Gunsmithing and Repairs Section.

    That's my opinion, and I'm sticking to it.

    An improvement that improves is functionally like an accessory: a well-done improvement can be effective also.
     
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    Sure, sure. Practice.

    But what about equipment that fits your weapon to your ergonomics? I like the added pinky rest on my G27

    --TFL alumnus--
     
  19. tobeat1

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    Practice, practice, practice, practice, practice, practice, practice,practice, practice, practice, practice, practice, practice,practice, practice, practice, practice, practice, practice,practice, practice, practice, practice, practice, practice,practice, practice, practice, practice, practice, practice and night sites. :D
     
  20. Fatelvis

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    Harris swivel bipod.
     
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