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Warm-up procedures

For all precision shooters, carrying out a fairly simple warm-up procedure can have a significant benefit to the outcome of your shoot.


These exercises need not be particularly strenuous as they should be of a controlled and easy nature.


Depending on your physical ability and overall health, start by putting your hands together and stretching as far as you can reach above your head.


Next with your hands together, stretch out as far as you can reach in front of you.


Then if practical, you could follow this by putting your right arm over your head so that your fingers touch your left shoulder.


Follow this by putting your left arm over your head so that your fingers touch your right shoulder.


You might wish to repeat these simple stretches a second time.


Realistically, for most shooters, that is all that is needed to settle your muscles in ready for your shoot.


You could also include a visualisation exercise to mentally rehearse your shot creation process ready for your sighting shots.

Free Pistol

We have added a Morini CM84E UK specification (Long Arm 60) Free Pistol to the precision shooting challenges.


It is intended to use this pistol for casual target shooting and not to take this addition to the precision pistol stock too seriously, although time will tell.


Entering a few competitions now with the Free Pistol. It is easy to obtain not very good scores.


More than four years on and it is still great fun to shoot with and there is so much to learn. The slightest error in aligning the sights or the sight picture produces a point of impact quite a long way from the expected.


As can be seen, work has already started on reshaping the grip, to provide the maximum area of contact and repeatability in the positioning of the hand.

Morini CM84E Morini CM84E - photo copyright of Tenrings Coaching



The Steyr LP10E arrived quite a few years ago and more, serious shooting is continuing as always.

The first impression, it was difficult to put the LP10E down, you just want to keep on shooting it.


Ongoing impression, it is still definitely difficult to put the LP10E down.


The scores may not be brilliant, probably due to the ability of the shooter, but the satisfaction factor is always superb.

There is an instant "grin" factor every time you shoot with the LP10E, as it is such a dream to shoot.


For full details please contact coaching@tenrings.co.uk



We are now able to offer the following NSRA Approved Courses:



NSRA YPS Air Rifle Instructors Diploma Course

NSRA YPS Air Pistol Instructors Diploma Course

NSRA Airgun Club Instructors Course

NSRA Prone Rimfire Club Instructors Course

NSRA Scorers Course


For full details please contact coaching@tenrings.co.uk


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and "20 yard Steyr LP1 testing"  CLICK HERE

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