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The Two C’s

Confidence and consistency cannot be practiced. They are what is left over after practice.

They are both a byproduct of competence and will not occur without it. You can never be more confident or consistent than you are competent.

How do you become competent? Practice. Practice. Practice.

The most important thing you can learn to become competent more quickly is the basic move and mount of the shotgun! As soon as you don’t have to think about what you are doing with the gun, you can concentrate more on the target!

Please learn to move and mount the gun. You will get better faster.