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Just bought a used HP J9mm and am new to shooting. Any suggestions for improving my shooting? Any and all suggestions welcome. Thanks!
 

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Hi, my name is Broomhead and I am a HiPoint addict. Welcome to our support program.
There are five steps in this program.
Step 1: Buy a ton of ammo and send it down range.
Step 2: Buy more HiPoints.
Step 3: Repeat steps 1 and 2 repeatedly.
Step 4: Snicker at all Gun Snobs for paying way too much, when their backs are turned.
Step 5: Happily spread the addiction to as many people as humanly possible.

Unfortunately, these are not steps to recovery. There is no recovery.
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Where in Illinois?
As for getting better:
It's like I tell martial arts students, fight someone better than you.
As for shooting, find someone at the range who is a fast, dead shot and ask them to teach you. Buy him or her some ammo (always works in this economy)
You won't be surprised that the range master is usually by and far the best shot. Thats why they stick around all the time, they love the sport from top to bottom.
First is ask every question on safety.
Then ask how to hold the piece and how to aim and breath with every shot.
After that its practice and more practice.
AGI has some videos I reccomend to everyone, you can find them online.
 

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I would like to know where in Ill. also. As far as getting better ????? As a previous member said, practice, practice, practice. Also, how about posting some phots of your targets. Remember, different ammo can and will shoot different. Have fun !
 

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Welcome dude.
 

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Where in Illinois?
As for getting better:
It's like I tell martial arts students, fight someone better than you.
As for shooting, find someone at the range who is a fast, dead shot and ask them to teach you. Buy him or her some ammo (always works in this economy)
You won't be surprised that the range master is usually by and far the best shot. Thats why they stick around all the time, they love the sport from top to bottom.
First is ask every question on safety.
Then ask how to hold the piece and how to aim and breath with every shot.
After that its practice and more practice.
AGI has some videos I reccomend to everyone, you can find them online.
All great suggestions. You may also look into a basic handgun safety course.
 
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