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How Shooters React to Missing a Target or Two

As coaches to many shooters worldwide, both in person and through our Knowledge Vault, we’re often asked about helping them overcome a missed target or a loss by only one or two targets.

The typical reaction to a less-than-satisfactory station for the majority of shooters is immediate gibberish as they exit the stand. They reflect on how they missed the shot(s), all of which is supposed to (in their own mind) let all the onlookers know that they know exactly what happened.

That way, they don’t have to admit they don’t know why they missed to a crowd who really doesn’t give a rats behind if they hit the targets or not. They paid their money – same as the guy in the cage. And they are more interested in whether they will hit the targets!