Negligent Discharge “Problem”

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“Games’ll getcha killed!” An article recently opined about the “dangers” of competitive shooting yet again. This time it was a misplaced concern about competitors that actually train for speed and if this instills a bad habit of getting on the trigger too soon. See, shooting any faster than the glacially-slow standards enforced at novice-level department qualifications (if time is enforced at all) is worrisome so it must cause problems.
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Wisdom from Paul Gomez

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Paul Gomez, TotalProtectionInteractive put this out after a frustrating encounter with a gun industry personality known for aggressive self promotion. When asked for specifics and standards about his program, said personality wouldn’t (or couldn’t) provide any concrete answers or any metric on how he measures skill.

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Concentration

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The following guest  article was written and submitted by Rifle Slinger from his site artoftherifle.blogspot.com

We welcome a variety of points of view on the subjects of shooting and marksmanship. Test them objectively on the range and let the results fall where they may.

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Questions vs. Answers

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The following guest  article was written and submitted by Rifle Slinger from his site artoftherifle.blogspot.com

We welcome a variety of points of view on the subjects of shooting and marksmanship. Test them objectively on the range and let the results fall where they may.

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