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You're anxious to improve your shooting, right?

by: Joe Rankin

Most people think the best way to accomplish that is to shoot a lot. Well, that may very well be detrimental instead of bringing the desired improvement. If you do not have the basic fundamentals well established, you are not likely to improve at all. Indeed, you are simply reinforcing the same errors over & over & making them a habit. Your fastest & least expensive path to improvement is to spend time with a knowledgeable Instructor who can diagnosis your weaknesses & turn them into assets. Only then will your practicing lead to the desired results.

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