engaging moving targets and targets at varying elevations
I'm getting ready for the state marksmenship competition. I placed high enough last year to make it to the nationals and fired a couple of events that were completely new to me. One of the events required that we had to shoot from a window down into a depression at targets of unknown ranges . I missed all but one out of 20. Another event required us to shoot at moving targets I wasn't sure how much to lead the targets and the way the range was set up we didn't have any feedback on how we did.
Most of my weapons training has consisted of shooting at paper targets, popups at known ranges, and OPFOR wearing MILES. Anyone have any tips on how to increase my accuracy with targets at varying elevations and moving targets?