Easter lessons

Due to the Easter I had several days off work, and as the weather was fine, I’ve spend quite some time at the range. Especially last evening, when I shot for 3 hours straight, until it was too dark to see. I didn’t think it would be possible to shoot for that long, but with proper form that […]

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Natural release mechanics

Hanare (離れ, ばなれ, 離=detach, separation) – release. Good hanare should be natural, meaning that it is not done consciously by opening the hand. Instead it should occur on it’s own, out of nowhere, surprising the shooter. The reason behind this is that the release should happen at the point of highest tension; releasing consciously results […]

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