When i visit the range i try to bring 2 guns same chambered caliber just to shoot between platforms. Ive noticed if i spend enough time with any gun barring inaccurate sights, i get it down with practice. Lately I've been trying to mix it up by shooting a couple shots. Switching back and fourth. Any tips for adjusting to different grip angle, sight geometry, recoil, weight and balance quickly? Theory being i’ll probably never have all the time in the world with every gun but would like be able to grab at mostly anything and be able to place relatively accurate shots. Are there any best practices that would aid in that goal?
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Shooting accurately across platforms
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