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Control weapon sway caused by breathing
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Current Version (152 days ago)

Skill
FM/BS-296.V1.04 - Control weapon sway caused by breathing
Skill

Hold your breath when pulling the trigger to ensure steady aim.

Follow these principles for more effective breath control:

  • Be efficient and keep the held duration short to avoid getting winded.
  • Time your hold in the brief respiratory pause at the bottom of the movement cycle to better predict placement.
  • Learn to compensate for respiratory sway, as situations may arise that expose this technique as privileged for time.
Published by Sgt Jochem on 14/01/2024 at 12:56

Previous Versions

Skill
FM/BS-296.V1.03 - Breath Control
Skill

Hold your breath when pulling the trigger to ensure steady aim.

Follow these principles for more effective breath control:

  • Be efficient and keep the held duration short to avoid getting winded.
  • Time your hold in the brief respiratory pause at the bottom of the movement cycle to better predict placement.
  • Learn to compensate for respiratory sway, as situations may arise that expose this technique as privileged for time.
Published by Sgt Jochem on 14/01/2024 at 12:46
Skill
FM/BS-296.V1.02 - Breath Control
Skill

Hold your breath when pulling the trigger to ensure steady aim.

Follow these principles for more effective breath control:

  • Be efficient and keep the held duration short to avoid getting winded.
  • Time your hold in the brief respiratory pause at the bottom of the movement cycle to better predict placement.
  • Learn to compensate for respiratory sway, as situations may arise that expose this technique as privileged for time.

Physical exertion can exacerbate respiratory sway. Where possible, avoid sprinting long distances and overloading on equipment to minimise the effects of low stamina on your aiming.

Published by SFC SkullCollector on 12/01/2024 at 00:07
Skill
FM/BS-296.V1.01 - Breath Control
Skill

Hold your breath when pulling the trigger to ensure steady aim.

Follow these principles for more effective breath control:

  • Be efficient and keep the held duration short to avoid getting winded.
  • Time your hold in the brief respiratory pause at the bottom of the movement cycle to better predict placement.
  • Learn to compensate for respiratory sway, as situations may arise that expose this technique as privileged for time.

Physical exertion can exacerbate respiratory sway. Where possible, avoid sprinting long distances and heavy equipment to minimise the effects of low stamina on your aiming.

Published by SFC SkullCollector on 12/01/2024 at 00:06
Skill
FM/BS-296.V1.00 - Breath Control
Skill

Hold your breath when pulling the trigger to ensure steady aim.

Follow these principles for more effective breath control:

  • Be efficient and keep the held duration short to avoid getting winded.
  • Time your hold in the brief respiratory pause at the bottom of the movement cycle to better predict placement.
  • Learn to compensate for respiratory sway, as situations may arise that expose this technique as privileged for time.
Published by SFC SkullCollector on 11/01/2024 at 22:59
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