did any of you buy the book to see whats in it before trying to tear it down???
Since I'm not them I can confidently say Coronal Tangent Estimation has posted enough chum to answer the FAQzzz.Quieter than a mouse pissing on a cotton ball
I don't think it's entirely fair to criticize them, when Stan has said he won't sell it to them? At least not to Lou.
I don't check the aiming forum for new posts that often and just saw this.
If you need to buy the book to know whether CTE’s claims are reasonable, you don’t understand the issue.did any of you buy the book to see whats in it before trying to tear it down???
When CTE people left AZ the aiming forum died and I removed my bookmark to this forum. I only have a bookmark to the 14.1 forum and Ask the Instructor. I just never added the bookmark back in so I only see new posts when I remember to check. Of course I see posts in my email where I've been active.Are you kidding?
You're the biggest poster here.
CTE actually simplifies aiming to a rinse-and-repeat set of steps. Sure if the shot is perfectly dead straight in, aligning center-to-center is easier than CTE. It's all the other angles and banks that complicate traditional target-shooting aiming. With CTE they are all very similar in execution. A few more steps than a perfect straight in shot, but a lot less guessing/estimating with any shot. If that were not true, I would have thrown out the idea years ago.You must be a real a masochist to deal with all that acronyms ( good lord ), pivoting, eye switching and long winded talk that gets more and more confusing . Good Lord, on a freaking straight-in shot alone. you gotta deal with side of the cueball to blah blah , pivot to center . Don't forget to lead with the left eye then switch to the other eye then go parallax . Don't forget the half tip pivot .