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Old 04-14-2012, 10:27 PM   #1
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mostly to avoid embarrassing myself.

With some personal stuff sucking time up like a black hole, and only getting to the Friday night .22 plate shoot about once every other week, there has been zero time to shoot the bigger guns.

Today, went to the club range, and was shocked at how bad I sucked. Several hundred rounds later, things were looking a whole lot better.

Want to start doing more competition, but it's obvious unless my goal is the bottom 10%, I better practice So how often?
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Old 04-14-2012, 11:44 PM   #2
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Atleast once a week.
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When i shot SASS i was shooting at least 2 times a week. But i also do my own reloadingwitch helps. I was told one time that it takes 1 hour a day for ten days to build up muscle memory on tour point if aim. I'ts something i have done with all my guns, but you can lose alot of it if you dont shoot that gun for awhile. This is what i was told how true it is i don't know but it wirks for me.

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Shooting is a perishable skill. If you are not training, you will encounter people who do. End result, you will not be able to compete.
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Any chance you get.
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practise makes perfect ask any good hockey player lol
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Isn't "casual competition" an oxymoron?
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Isn't "casual competition" an oxymoron?
Figures you'd call me on that one

local competitions with limited prizes, more fun than anything else... as opposed to regional competitions where 99 bullseyes are the norm, or the national competitions where 100 bullets have to go through the same hole
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as often as you can afford (from a clays shooter)











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as often as you can afford (from a clays shooter)
It's not as much about cost as time Club range is free, but only open on the weekend.
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