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More from 74 Ranch Advanced School

More from 74 Ranch Advanced School…Well three classes at 74 ranch the one to go…..i am more convinced that seeing the bird behind the barrel is a concept that main lines to the right brain and is less confusing than focusing on the target and getting the gun in front…..the circuit we are accessing is the anticipation circuit in the brain…..well dough….you can’t anticipate from behind….you anticipate from in front and we use this circuit every day and it knows us better than we know ourselves….the other thing that is becoming obvious to us is just how much the brain fills in to our mind what it thinks is really there based on past experiences….if you are not watching the series on Brain Games on Nat Geo then shame on you…..it is incredible and has really opened my eyes to many of the visual anomalies we fact in shooting….back to the anticipation circuit in the brain….one of us said this past weekend that the brain seeks comfort ant wants to be comfortable where ever it finds it self….Phil Bourjaley is trying to shoot a 100 yard crosser without me being there and he has tried twice and has been successful out to 60-70 yards but has not cracked the 100 yard mark….on a pheasant hunt the other day he was about to pass up a 60 yard plus crossing shot but decided to see it across the barrel and stabilize the shot and guess what happened …. dead bird one shot kill…..his comment was he was learning something…..my comment was that his brain is getting more comfortable seeing the bird farther and farther behind the barrel therefore he was able to let the gun go and the right brain just did its thing….this is a big deal…..in order to access the anticipation circuit and right brain you must be comfortable seeing the bird well behind the barrel…..the farther behind you are comfortable the better you can perform on longer and longer targets…..the more comfortable you are on longer targets the more the closer ones look like chip shots…..remember stabilize the shot on crossers and be stubborn with the picture on quartering shots same speed at the end……do not close the gun without thepre-load….the preload is huge…..we had more than a few ah has at the advanced schools….Ron began to set his release trigger before he called pull and got better fast….Doss began to understand same speed at the end…..Rick on his first tournament after his advanced school shot a personal best 93 and was runner up HOA…..his goals? preload every shot….stabilize the crossers and stubborn with the picture on crossers…..preload every shot….every shot….hummm now where have i heard that before…..more later….

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