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Practice Improves Your Sight Pictures

We don’t even check for dominance anymore in our clinics because the eyes don’t see – the brain sees. What the brain perceives in shooting a moving target is a product of how we’ve trained the brain to see it.

As we said previously, what the beginner shooter sees when shooting a moving target is very confusing. But as they shoot more and practice the sight pictures (and we would hope take some lessons), things become more and more clear.

In the beginning, the gun is very prominent in the shot. As you become more proficient, the gun becomes less of a prominent part of the picture. This allows for more of your working memory to focus on the bird.