shot break

shot break

[′shät ‚brāk]
(engineering)
In seismic prospecting, the electrical impulse which records the instant of explosion.
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We are trying to internalize a specific set of physical skills at a subconscious level; forming a comfortable, stable, repeatable shooting platform; holding the rifle as still as possible; indexing the sight; coordinating trigger release with sight movement; letting the shot break without imparting additional movement; and then following through so the rifle recoils in a consistent manner.
HIT &MISS Overhead shot BREAK POINT The rear view BIZARRE Venus on court yesterday OH I SAY Brollies go up NET FAN Kirsten Dunst
Acceptable" means as the shot breaks, you're seeing enough to call the shot, and to know if the gun was indexed on target.
Trigger control refers to the depression of the trigger to the rear until the shot breaks.
STEVEN SCORES: Emley striker Ashley Flynn fires in his a volley as Pontefract Collieries keeper Simon Kemp and two of his defenders try to shut him down (above) and his shot breaks to the waiting Steven Kenworthy to prod home (right) (s)
I believe this centering tendency allows you to subconsciously move the pin toward the middle as the shot breaks and the tension is released.
At the same time, a precision throwing wheel, turning at high speeds (up to 8,000 rpm), throws plastic shot at the tumbling parts, and the plastic shot breaks off the brittle flash on impact.
The shot breaks, the gun lifts in recoil, the slide cycles to eject the fired case, chambers a fresh round, while simultaneously the trigger finger moves forward to allow the trigger to reset.
Certainly unless you can see the sights lift in recoil as the shot breaks, then track back on target, you'll never reach your potential to shoot both fast and accurately.
As the shot breaks and the pistol lifts in recoil, the shooting eye tracks the movement of the sights.
There's about 1/8" or so of take-up, then the pull builds smoothly and consistently until the shot breaks.