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Final change to cte pro one - 06-18-2012, 11:47 AM

Previously, I added A and C as thin cut OB aimpoints. That was my first adjustment in 2 years to CTE PRO ONE.

After much study and consideration a FINAL adjustment in my CTE PRO ONE system is being implemented.

For shots at or near a zero angle and with CB and OB further apart than 1 diamond's distance,please note this change to your visuals.

Instead of using OBA or OBC as an aimpoint for the near zero angle shots, use CBE to OBE with a center to edge perception. All pivot information remains the same. Near zero angle shots can have slight left or right cuts.

This is my FINAL adjustment for any major system aspect of CTE PRO ONE.

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06-18-2012, 12:10 PM

Thanks for the update................................
  
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06-19-2012, 05:58 PM

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Previously, I added A and C as thin cut OB aimpoints. That was my first adjustment in 2 years to CTE PRO ONE.

After much study and consideration a FINAL adjustment in my CTE PRO ONE system is being implemented.

For shots at or near a zero angle and with CB and OB further apart than 1 diamond's distance,please note this change to your visuals.

Instead of using OBA or OBC as an aimpoint for the near zero angle shots, use CBE to OBE with a center to edge perception. All pivot information remains the same. Near zero angle shots can have slight left or right cuts.

This is my FINAL adjustment for any major system aspect of CTE PRO ONE.


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So there are a total of 5 different aim points?
1. CBE to OBE for a near zero angle with CB and OB greater than 1 diamond apart.
2. 7/8 overlap when at a near zero angle and CB and OB are less than a diamond apart?
3. Aim point A
4. Aim point B
5. Aim point C

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06-19-2012, 10:00 PM

1- yes with a CTE visual.
2- yes, for very close shots that are near zero angle, this is very effective.
3,4,5 - yes
6- 1/8 ball overlaps for extremelly thin cuts.
**E TO E can interchange with outside pivots for A and C on the thick side.
**Inside A and C on the thick side can interchange with outside B.

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06-19-2012, 10:41 PM

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1- yes with a CTE visual.
2- yes, for very close shots that are near zero angle, this is very effective.
3,4,5 - yes
6- 1/8 ball overlaps for extremelly thin cuts.
**E TO E can interchange with outside pivots for A and C on the thick side.
**Inside A and C on the thick side can interchange with outside B.

Stan Shuffett
Thanks Stan!

1. CBE to OBE for a near zero angle with CB and OB greater than 1 diamond apart.
2. 7/8 overlap when at a near zero angle and CB and OB are less than a diamond apart.
3. Aim point A
4. Aim point B
5. Aim point C
6. 1/8 ball overlaps for extremelly thin cuts.
**E TO E can interchange with outside pivots for A and C on the thick side.
**Inside A and C on the thick side can interchange with outside B.
  
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06-20-2012, 03:16 PM

thanks for the update. i've been working on pro/one since the video came out. can't wait to get a private lesson.
  
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Previously, I added A and C as thin cut OB aimpoints. That was my first adjustment in 2 years to CTE PRO ONE.

After much study and consideration a FINAL adjustment in my CTE PRO ONE system is being implemented.

For shots at or near a zero angle and with CB and OB further apart than 1 diamond's distance,please note this change to your visuals.

Instead of using OBA or OBC as an aimpoint for the near zero angle shots, use CBE to OBE with a center to edge perception. All pivot information remains the same. Near zero angle shots can have slight left or right cuts.

This is my FINAL adjustment for any major system aspect of CTE PRO ONE.

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07-14-2012, 07:12 PM

i just noticed this.... squaring up more to the shot.
  
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Just ordered the DVD from Stan
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Just ordered the DVD from Stan - 07-21-2012, 03:39 PM

And a big "Thank You" to Stan for calling to confirm my info and spending 15 minutes with me on the phone "prepping" me with tips when I receive it.

I've experimented with different aiming systems, seen several CTE videos from others working to perfect it.

From what I've seen in posts and on Stan's site, this is the Holy Grail for anyone wanting to master CTE for all shots, with no guess work on how it even works in the first place.

I'll post my progress ....!

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Got the dvd ... fantastic
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Got the dvd ... fantastic - 07-25-2012, 10:01 PM

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And a big "Thank You" to Stan for calling to confirm my info and spending 15 minutes with me on the phone "prepping" me with tips when I receive it.

I've experimented with different aiming systems, seen several CTE videos from others working to perfect it.

From what I've seen in posts and on Stan's site, this is the Holy Grail for anyone wanting to master CTE for all shots, with no guess work on how it even works in the first place.

I'll post my progress ....!

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------> Started on the DVD and will be shooting with the lessons tomorrow.

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07-27-2012, 07:15 AM

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And a big "Thank You" to Stan for calling to confirm my info and spending 15 minutes with me on the phone "prepping" me with tips when I receive it.

I've experimented with different aiming systems, seen several CTE videos from others working to perfect it.

From what I've seen in posts and on Stan's site, this is the Holy Grail for anyone wanting to master CTE for all shots, with no guess work on how it even works in the first place.

I'll post my progress ....!

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Since you mentioned all shots, try this put a OB on the table and the CB. Send the CB 2 rails to hit the OB and tell us how good it works.

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07-27-2012, 08:16 AM

Funny, watching Landon play Earl, I don't see any arrows on the table.


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Since you mentioned all shots, try this put a OB on the table and the CB. Send the CB 2 rails to hit the OB and tell us how good it works.

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07-27-2012, 02:08 PM

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Since you mentioned all shots, try this put a OB on the table and the CB. Send the CB 2 rails to hit the OB and tell us how good it works.

Good luck.
I think when people say, it makes all shots; they are really saying cte can make all cuts, banks, and jumps. Can cte make the shots you have talked about for the last 2 years? Of course, it can. Would I use cte for these shots, possibly not and I will look for the best way to get out of those specific situations you keep bringing up.The time has come for you, allen, pj to just let this all go in here, trust me it wont hurt to bad

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07-27-2012, 02:12 PM

Not much into aiming systems but I just want to congratulate Stan on Landon's great match against Earl. Not only does he obviously play well, but he's a very composed and professionally mannered young man and I'm sure you're very proud of him.


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07-27-2012, 02:40 PM

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...The time has come for you, allen, pj to just let this all go...
What exactly do I need to "let go"? There haven't been any ridiculous claims about CTE since it was banished, so there hasn't been any controversy to speak of. So leave me out of your moronic fantasy feuds.

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