papasmee wrote:Congrats on getting your accuracy up! The shooting test is easy. As a long time student, instructor and range officer, 99% of any accuracy problem you have isin your trigger finger. Simply slow down your trigger pull until you get a "surprise break" (gun goes kaboomb when you don't expect it to) and the bullet will hit the target where the gun was aimed. That was big secret #1. Big secret #2 is to always focus on the front sight. Even with a lousy grip, stance and all the other bad things most gun owners do, bad trigger control is usually the root cause of shots not hitting where you want them to.hi guys. altho i've been reading this site for a while this is my first post. i have had a semi-auto for several months (my first)and am currently working on my accuracy at the local range towards getting my ccw.
in the meantime, i assume that i can carry any way i want inside my home. but what about outside, on my property? can i oc? cc?
lets say i am having a yard sale and would let to have my weapon handy - but don't necessarily want to scare off potential customers by oc'ing. is cc'ing in a fanny pack or in a small-of-back holster under a shirt "legal".
thanks in advance for yr feedback
As far as carrying on your property outdoors, it's a definite maybe yes. I doubt if you'd be hassled. However, a man was arrested in Tucson for carrying in the common areas of his apartment building. We (AzCDL) tried to fix it last year but the governor vetoed the bill (SB 1301). You can read more about it in our June 2007 newsletter.