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Natural Point of Aim (Dogal Nisan Noktasi)
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Gecen gun 12 kisilik bir gurup olarak bir Grand Master'dan egitim alma sansina nail olduk. Egitimin baslangicinda ilk konu Natural Point of Aim idi yani Insanin kendi dogal atis noktasini bulmak. Evde bos bir silahla, guvenli bir noktaya donerek yapacaginiz bu egitim, eminim cok faydali olacaktir. Pat Rodgers adli egitmen, egitimlerinde ders sonrasi eve gittiginizde en az 2 saat bu islemi tamamlamanizi ister. Grand Masterlarin hedefi hizli bulup isabetli atis yapabilmelerindeki onemli etkenlerden biri de bu pozisyonun beyinlerinde artik yerlesmis olmasidir. Diger temel atis prensipleri ile birlikte uygulandiginda, eger bu sistemi oturtmussaniz, harikalar yaratacaginiza emin olabilirsiniz.

Nasil Uygulandigi:
Dogal Atis noktasi, insan vucudunun nisan alirken en dogal ve rahat durusunu sagladiginda, silahinizdan cikan merminin vurdugu noktadir. Yani bir hedef belirleyip ona dogru dondugunuzde, gozlerinizi kapatin, silahinizi her zaman cektiginiz gibi cekin, hedefe dogru dogrultun ve atis pozisyonunuzu alin. Sonra gozlerinizi actiginizda nisangahlari gordugunuz yer, sizin dogal vurus noktanizdir. Eger bu noktaniz hedef ile cakismiyorsa, durusunuzu hic bozmadan ayaklarinizla donerek sag sol ayarlamasi ve kollarinizi kaldirip indirerek de hedef uzerinde vurmak istediginiz noktaya gelmeye calisin. Bu hareketi gozleriniz kapali bir sekilde tekrarlayin. Taaki her gozunuzu actiginizda, istediginiz noktaya gelene kadar. Ondan sonra da surekli tekrar ile mukemmellestirmeye ve vucudunuza bunu ezberletmeye calisin.

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Turkceye cevirirken anlam kaybetmek istemedigim icin olayin ingilizcesini de, ilgisini cekenler icin asagida gonderiyorum:

Natural point of aim is a shooting skill where the shooter minimizes the effects of body movement on the firearm's impact point. Along with proper stance, sight picture and trigger control, it forms the basis of marksmanship.

To achieve natural point of aim, the shooter settles into position with the eyes closed, opening them after ensuring the position is comfortable and the firearm is resting in the stance with minimal muscle tension. If the sights are not resting on the desired point of impact, the shooter adjusts the position by repeating the same steps until the sights rest on the target.

Natural point of aim is not achieved if the shooter must apply pressure to the firearm so the sight picture is on target. One of the main advantages of natural point of aim is that it minimizes fatigue when shooting a long course of fire. Over time, the shooter learns to assume the correct position quickly, allowing for accurate fire immediately.

The main purpose of identifying and potentially correcting natural point of aim is to make shots both accurately and precisely, with accuracy being the ability to place rounds on the desired target, and precision being the ability to put multiple rounds in the same location. Good shooters are always precise, and this skill is more fundamental than accuracy, which can be adjusted. Typically, precision is based on natural point of aim. Fire 10 rounds downrange and they will, hopefully, all land in a similar area on the target. This is the natural point of aim. If the strike zone is not in the middle of the target adjustments are made to the shooter's positioning and/or the firearm's sights.

Natural point of aim marksmanship is based on the idea that muscular control is insufficient to provide a stable platform for shooting, especially more than one shot. Instead, the shooter relies on non-muscular (skeleton/ligaments/tissue) support to provide the shooting platform. This eliminates changes in aim due to muscle fatigue and also minimizes the shaking associated with muscle tension.[1]

Natural point of aim is a concept that can be used in relation to any type of shooting position but is most often discussed in relation to prone, sitting, or kneeling positions, and less frequently with offhand/standing positions.

Ayni olayin Tufekde uygulanmasi:
Welcome again to our series on becoming a Rifleman – someone who can, with rack-grade rifle and surplus ammo, maintain a 4 MOA group at ranges from 25 meters to 500 yards from field positions.

In Part Four, we discussed the 6 steps to “firing the shot”. Course by now, you have these committed to memory, right?

But for folks who might have just joined us, I’ll repeat ‘em :

1. SIGHT ALIGNMENT -- Line up the front and rear sights

2. SIGHT PICTURE -- Keeping the sights lined up, bring them onto the target

3. RESPIRATORY PAUSE – Deep breath, exhale partially, hold breath as front sight touches bottom of target

4A. FOCUS YOUR EYE -- Focus your eye on the front sight

4B. FOCUS YOUR MIND -– Keep front sight on target

5. TRIGGER SQUEEZE –- Squeeze straight back while front sight stays on target

6. FOLLOW THROUGH -- Sighting eye open, take mental picture of where sights were when rifle discharged, and follow through with trigger

Today, we’re diving deeper into Step Two of “firing the shot” and discussing “Natural Point of Aim” (NPOA).

NPOA is the one factor which separates the Riflemen from the ‘wannabees.’ Like I said last time, you have two basic choices in getting and keeping your sight picture. First way is to use your muscles and fight your body’s natural alignment so as to force the sights onto the target.

That’ll work – maybe – as long as you can:

a) use the same amount of muscle power to force your body into the exact same position for each shot (remembering, of course, that even the “Quick and Dirty” single-sheet Army Qualification Test will require 40 shots), and


b) keep your muscles from growing tired and starting to tremble as you fight your body to keep your sights on target.

Being that you’re one of the bright students here (or, like Fred, you’ve gotten tired of doing the same thing and getting the same results), you’re gonna want to have your body work with you, rather than against you. So you’re going to use the second way, which is your NPOA.

What does NPOA offer you?

If you don’t get your natural point of aim, your shots will be off the center of the target, even if fired perfectly. Why? Because your body is out of position, and you have to muscle the rifle to get your sights onto the target. That muscle strain is difficult to replicate, shot to shot, and it wears out your body’s fine muscle control pretty quickly.

A Rifleman takes his shooting position so that his rifle, with his body relaxed, is pointing at the target. He doesn’t have to fight muscle strain and he makes his job of firing the shot a lot easier. Best of all, his shots will be on target, accurately and consistently, because he’s not fighting his body’s natural position.

Here’s a guarantee: learn to establish your NPOA and use your sling in all positions (more next time), and you’ll reduce your groups by at least 33%, maybe more. Promise.

Sounds like it’s worth the trouble, right?

Thought so.

So how do you find your NPOA?

First, follow Step One of “firing the shot” and align your sights once you are in your shooting position. Next, follow Step Two and get your sight picture by lining up on the target with your sights.

Now the NPOA work begins. Close your eyes, relax your body, taking a deep breath in and let it out.

Open your eyes and check your sight picture. 9 times out of 10, your sight picture will have changed, because your body is now relaxed.

You’ll now reestablish your sight picture by making slight adjustments in your position. If you are in the prone position, you’ll shift position pivoting around your forward elbow to bring the sights back on the target. In other positions, you will make whatever small adjustments in your position so that the rifle points naturally at the target.

Satisfied with your position? OK, let’s test your work.

Once again, close your eyes, relax your body, inhale deeply, exhale, open your eyes, and check your sight picture.

Depending on your position, your sights may be dead on target. If not, repeat the cycle:
- Establish your sight picture
- Close your eyes
- Relax your body
- Inhale deeply
- Exhale
- Open your eyes
- Re-check sight picture
- Make slight adjustments to your position, and
- Repeat

How many times do you have to repeat this process? You’ll want to repeat it until when you open your eyes, your sights are naturally on the target. No more, and no less.

Once you establish your NPOA, MAINTAIN YOUR BODY POSITION from shot to shot by not moving that forward elbow supporting the rifle [prone] or keeping your position steady [all other positions]. Even tougher, you’ll need to keep that same body position as you reload and fire a fresh magazine.

If you move, your shots will move. It’s that simple, and that important.

Now, I know that someone out there is thinking, “Why do I have to go through all of this hooey just to fire a shot?”

Well, guess what?

You don’t have to. You can fire each shot just the way you have always fired each shot.

Thing is, though: if you do that, you’ll get exactly the same results that you always have.

The rest of us want to be Riflemen. We are willing to overcome our sloth and change our habits, whatever the cost, because we want to join that elite top 5% of marksmen in America. We know that if we do that, we’ll be among the best shooters in the entire world.

And we are committed to that goal. Even if that means memorizing some stuff that we don’t want to memorize, and forcing our bodies into positions that are pretty darned uncomfortable, at least at first.

Most of all – we are committed to becoming Riflemen, even if it means going through the NPOA cycle 10 times for every shot, until we get the hang of dropping into a good position from the beginning.

You see, when ol’ Fred told you that NPOA sorts out the wannabees from the Riflemen, he was speaking in two senses.

First, NPOA is the technique that will allow you, with practice, to shoot 20” groups at 500 yards. Without it, you’re toast.

But even more importantly, the learning and application of the NPOA process is where you build the self-discipline, perseverance, and moxie that will benefit you for the rest of your life, both as a Rifleman and as a citizen.

So, right now, while the information is still fresh – go to your gun safe, grab your rifle, ensure that it is unloaded (chamber and mag), and take 15 minutes of dry-firing practice from prone position using the NPOA steps we’ve been discussing. Start slowly, and repeat each step quietly to yourself as you do it. If you can, get your spouse, roommate, or eldest child to help you by reading the steps as you go through them.

Take that practice 3 times a week, 15 minutes a session, in the comfort of your home – practice, persevere, persist. You don’t even have to go to the range – but of course, if you can get to the range, don’t miss the opportunity.
 
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Sayın İlksurfer yararlı bilgilendirme ve taktik için çok teşekkürler... Ancak kafama takılan bir nokta var. Düğünlerde ve maç sonraları havaya atış yaparken bu taktiği nasıl kullanacağız. Smile Ülkemizde tabancaların en çok kullanıldığı alan malum ...
 
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#3
Rica ederim... Valla o cinslere soyleyecek sozum yok, Allah taksiratlarini affetsin...

Bu arada enteresan bir kac Drill daha yaptik. Bilahare onlari da anlatirim ama Drill'lerden bir tanesinde, 12 kisi silahlari ve bir adet sarjor ile yere biraktik. Ondan sonra herkez birer adim yana kayarak tum gurup 12 defa 12 degisik silahla bu sekilde birer adim yana kayarak sirayla atis yaptik. 12 degisik sistem, 12 degisik tetik ve 12 degisik hedef kagidi. Sonucda enteresan bir sekilde bu 12 degisik kisinin 12 degisik silah ile yaptigi atislar hedef uzerinde incelenip hangi silahin herkeze daha uyumlu oldugu ve daha isabetli oldugu incelendi. Ben sahsen hepsini istedigim yere atmayi basardim. Hepsi de gayet isabetli idi. Ama tetigi ve tutusu bana gore en guzel olanlari, 1 numarada SW M&P 9mm ve 2 numarada CZ85 idi... Genel olarak herkezin iyi attigi silahlar yukarida belirttiklerim ve benim FNP-45 Military oldu.
 
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zorbey34 demiş ki:Sayın İlksurfer yararlı bilgilendirme ve taktik için çok teşekkürler... Ancak kafama takılan bir nokta var. Düğünlerde ve maç sonraları havaya atış yaparken bu taktiği nasıl kullanacağız. Smile Ülkemizde tabancaların en çok kullanıldığı alan malum ...
Sn.Zorbey34, bu sorunun cevabını ancak sizin youtube videolarınıza yorum yapan öterler verebilir...Big Grin Bu arada parmaklarınız hala sağlam mı?...Big Grin
 
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#5
Elinize sağlık Sn.İlksurfer, gerçekten çok güzel bir paylaşım, tabii faydalanmak isteyene...Malum forumumuzun en az teveccüh gören konuları '' Taktik Eğitim '' başlıkları...
 
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#6
Sn.İlksurfer, diğer Drill'leri de bekliyoruz. Saygılarımla,
 
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#7
Tesekkurler Sn. Lupus, dediginiz gibi faydalanmak isteyenlerin isine yarayacagina eminim... Digerlerini de gonderecegim...
 
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#8
Dersi veren sahis, 70ine merdiven dayamis, iki omuzunda da arthritis olan, obez denecek kiloda bir sahis. Bu ozelliklerinden dolayi silahi kilifindan cekis hizi hepimizden yavas olsa dahi, atisi yapma hizi (isabetli bir sekilde) cogumuzdan hizli idi. Sebebi gene egitimin bir parcasi. Egitimin ikinci kismi hizli ve isabetli atis yapabilmek. Silahi hizli bir sekilde cekiyorsunuz ama goz hizasina geldikten sonra nisangahlari yakalayip silahi ileri uzatirken, tetigi sagmaya baslayip, kollar ileri tam uzandiginda nisangahlar hedefte, tetik sagilmis ve atis tamamlanmis oluyor. Cogu atici silahi hizli cekiyor ama ya atisi da hizli yapip isabet kaydedemiyor yada kollar uzanmis vaziyette iken nisan almaya baslayip atisi uzun sure de tamamliyor. Isin puf noktasi, cok antreman ile, yukarida bahsedilen Dogal Nisan Noktasini da oturttuktan sonra, silahi ileri uzatirken nisangahlari yakalayip, tetigi sagmak ve kollar atis pozisyonuna gecer gecmez de atisi yapabilmek.
 
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#9
Güzel konu Sn.İlksurfer, Sn.Green 07'nin bir arkadaşının evde bu disiplini çalışırken çalan kapı sonrasında kafası karıştığı için, silahı doldurduğunu unutup hedef aldığı saatin ortasına açtığı delik anısı aklıma geldi Smile Demek o çalışıp başarmış, darısı başımıza.
Saygılar,
TT
 
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turan tactical demiş ki:Güzel konu Sn.İlksurfer, Sn.Green 07'nin bir arkadaşının evde bu disiplini çalışırken çalan kapı sonrasında kafası karıştığı için, silahı doldurduğunu unutup hedef aldığı saatin ortasına açtığı delik anısı aklıma geldi Smile Demek o çalışıp başarmış, darısı başımıza.
Saygılar,
TT

Dolu silah ile bu eğitimi yaptığı ve hedefi tam ortasından vurduğu için kendisini tebrik ediyorum Sad
 
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