Range Therapy

I came to the shocking revelation on my way home from D.C. when I stopped at Green Top, that I have not gone to the range in 6 months, and that is a terrible thing…

I purchased a target stand and some backers as well as a hanging steel target at Green Top, because at my new range its pretty much bring your own stuff, no more fancy schmancy CSA for this kid…


I had a great time out there, but I also became acutely aware of how important it is to train and practice, because I shot terribly, but I still had a good time.


It’s Mostly Mental

I saw this article today, and thought was a pretty awesome accomplishment.

This goes to show what you can do when you have your head in the game.

As I always tell my 4H kids that the mental discipline part of ¬†shooting is a huge part of being a winning shooter, and just how important it is to have and¬†practice a routine, eliminate what doesn’t work, and make what works automatic. Dry firing just to hear the click of the hammer dropping and building that muscle memory so it all becomes automatic…