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    I can't shoot 2 inch groups but I'm sure the good shooters could. Here is my attempts about a year ago.

    Edit: these are 9 inch plates, standing unsupported.
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    Re: How to improve your accuracy with the FNX

    The tightest group I ever got at 25 yards was about 4 inches. However, I haven't really tried 4 probably about a year now and I've been shooting in lots of competition sense. Groupings really aren't that important so long as you can get with in the target area. If something on this message didn't make sense it's because I used voice type while I was driving.

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    Thanks for the video. I am a new shooter, and this gives me some things to work on.

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    Jathtech,
    Thanks for the post and vid. I found them very helpful.

    Appreciate your time and efforts for newbies like me.

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    I'm glad you are finding it useful. Thanks for watching it.

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    jathtech,
    Just purchased an FNX-45 at the Phoenix Gun Show, will use this info to improve my shooting skills with this fine weapon. Great video and looking forward to your next one!

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    Oh, god, now I gotta do another one?! lol.

    Alright, I guess I could up my production quality a bit anyway. Maybe I'll make a whole series on this.

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    Added another video showing sight alignment. It's not a very good video, but I think it gets the job done.
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    Good info

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    Quote Originally Posted by jathtech View Post
    Negative...

    The FNX uses BOTH 2 and 3. Cobat sights are there for when you don't have a lot of time to line up a shot. Hence the term combat sights. They gun becomes more accurate upon using #2 sight picture.
    I was taught to use #2, but with my FNX9 I am grouping low unless I use #3. Groups are tight. Shot "Expert" in the USMC for 20 years.... Ideas?

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