The Texas Star is a fun type of target common in pistol shooting competitions.
When shot correctly, it's quite easy to blitz through. But shooting the plates in the wrong order can cause serious problems.
The other method of shooting a Texas Star is top, upper right, upper left, bottom left, bottom right. This is a little more advanced technique is only recommended for more experienced shooters who can practice on Texas Stars. Missing shots with this method can result in increased spinning and slower times.
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Brian Purkiss is a firearms enthusiast, competitive shooter, and 2nd Amendment activist. He participates in a wide variety of shooting competition formats, including Run and Gun, USPSA, 3 Gun, 2 Gun, and IDPA.