Today, Riley and Matthew sit down for an honest and refreshing discussion to get Matthew’s perspective on things he’s recently learned and how his opinions have changed on things. This is a quest of knowledge and experience, and we should always seek to be learning, growing and keeping our minds open to new things.
Tag Archives | marksmanship
At its core, shooting a gun is a mechanical act that requires the gun to be pointed at a target, and the trigger to be squeezed to the rear without moving the gun. If you think about it, shooting really is a simple process. Over time, people far smarter than I have developed core ‘fundamentals’ […]
When you get to the range to do some training you judge your skills in part by your ability to group shots near the bullseye of the target but Jacob thinks that is a backwards approach. Today we discuss why groupings the size of basketballs are probably better than tight golf ball groupings.