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To Improve You Must Change

We find that to improve you must change something. And shooters who can move and mount the gun without thinking about it or looking at it can make changes so much more quickly than those who can’t – in my opinion, two to three times faster than those who shot with a mounted gun!

When change and improvement are difficult, the common denominator we see is varying amounts of muzzle awareness that keep shooters from being able to see the bird behind the barrel.

Or they are shooting with a mounted gun and cannot move and mount the gun which puts their eyes looking back and forth between the bird and the gun.

The solution is simple. Do the flashlight drill and the three-bullet drill. Train the sight pictures and the move and mount so you know where the gun is pointed at all times without looking at it.