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Blake Drill

Dec 10/2016 00:24 By repacker, Views: 239

Working more on drills for my 2016 push to get better. I'm still about the same time for draws, around 1.3 to be comfortable seeing my sights before the shot. I feel like I don't see the sight if I do a 1.0 draw. The key for me, still, is to get better grip and forearm strength and to stay relaxed. Up to 7 yards I don't really see too much problem with .2

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Follow up shots

Dec 10/2016 00:24 By repacker, Views: 260

I've been shooting for a while now, a number of years.Nothing serious, I go to the local pistol league and some level one IDPA, and occasionally USPSA matches. I used to do more drills when I first started then fizzled out on them-- so, I stopped doing them. This year I've decided to try to get better. I'm trying to analyze what it takes to, per component

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The Elder Witches (or You Gotta Start Somewhere!)

Dec 10/2016 00:24 By repacker, Views: 514

The goddess Airmid, the Earth mother, bestows a gift on an ancient witch. This gift is passed down through rare and gifted witches, who’ve kept relatively to themselves working on their craft. What wasn’t told to them was the side effect of the “gift” they’d received.

Modern technology has made it ever more difficult in keeping thei


Fea World part 1

Dec 10/2016 00:24 By repacker, Views: 362

When I was a kid I blamed my condition on an over-active imagination and too many movies, or at least that's what I heard adults say. When I became a teen I used drugs to dull the way I saw world. Sometimes I could blame it on the LSD or mushrooms, pretending the things I saw weren't real. I looked for new ways to numb my mind of the creatures that only I

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Angel hunt (rough draft)

Dec 10/2016 00:24 By repacker, Views: 328

I sat under the big maple tree in the yard, golden spots of sunlight seeped through the leaves. Birds chirped in the woods that surrounded the the yard. A yapper dog barked in the distance. All that noise would draw them in for sure. They weren't dumb, they would know a human would be near the noise.

I made sure for the dozenth time that I couldn'