Hal Houle CTE Practice Drills

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Hal Houle CTE Practice Drills

Postby Takong Walangtakot on Tue May 05, 2009 7:17 pm

I saw the Hal Houle CTE aiming system being demonstrated on YouTube and I was quite impressed. I tried a few shots with it and more than 50% went in - for a rank beginner like me, that was good enough. Now I would really like to focus and concentrate on this method.

Are there any drills out there dedicated to perfecting this aiming system? if so, I would appreciate it if you can share them with us. Thanks!

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Re: Hal Houle CTE Practice Drills

Postby BECue on Wed May 06, 2009 3:54 pm

I don't know of any drills out there for Hal's systems. However, I think you can incorporate his systems with your own practice drills or any practice drill for that matter.
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Re: Hal Houle CTE Practice Drills

Postby EmaNeX on Sun May 10, 2009 6:00 pm

but for some shot that system is inappropriate.. :whoa:
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