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Old January 27, 2012, 02:10 PM   #5
Ronbert
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Join Date: September 23, 2009
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It's a great idea and prepares you for competition by teaching you what will happen during the match without time pressure or embarassment over being a newbie.

I suspect, but can't prove, that folks who do an intro course are more likely to continue in the sport than those whose first exposure is stepping up to the line in front of people who can shoot that "simple" course in 10 seconds and wind up being embarassed that they ran out of all their ammunition, took 6 minutes and 58 second to do so and STILL didn't engage all the targets.

Make it easy on yourself - get some training in a training environment.
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