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Old December 1, 2012, 09:08 PM   #6
raimius
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Paul Howe, at CSAT, talks about building shooting systems on fundamental and reinforcing blocks. I agree! Safety and marksmanship are fairly basic things. You can do a lot with those, if you consistently apply things like Cooper's rules, sight alignment, and trigger squeeze!

You can't do "advanced" things if you cannot apply the basics correctly. So, the basics should be taught and reinforced at every opportunity, IMO.
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