This is a mistake that many of us are making, especially when practicing with a B-27 target. We’re shooting at the bulls-eye, the “X” or the “10” zone and depending on the target, and we’re hitting the target where we’re aiming – center mass. BUT we’re likely creating a muscle memory record of where we’re supposed to shoot to stop the bad guy that isn’t exactly the best placement of our shots. Here is a short (less than 3 minute) video that explains where we should be aiming – to better stop the threat. Kevin Michalowski explains why.
I know I’ve been guilty of what Kevin’s describing – but now that I’m enlightened, I promise to do better.