Kill Shot Review/Perceptive Cognitive Learning
I just got an email from Driscoll after a practice session at Caney Creek. He said he had been watching the kill shot reviews over and over before the practice session. And he said he shot lights out as if he had been training all along – and he has not picked up a gun in several weeks.
This further substantiates the real value of watching the kill shot reviews as a tool to shoot more consistently in practice and tournaments. It’s called “Perceptive Cognitive Learning.” The studies confirm what our shooters are experiencing.
This is what I did two years ago at the National Championship when I averaged 87 percent in every event I shot – with no practice beforehand!