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Old October 21, 2009, 11:37 PM   #19
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Join Date: April 18, 2009
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I just started shooting as well.

I didn't do well the first time. In fact, I did so poorly I don't even want to tell you my score .

But after some help and instruction from others, I did well the second time.

The more experienced shooters pretty much told me the same things:
1. both eyes open
2. point, don't aim
3. proper choke selection
4. something about stance and mount (their beautiful O/Us distracted me ).
5. something about swing/follow through

I'm sure I don't have everything listed, but I was told that those are fairly important.

If you want to get more technical, this book might be for you:

Hope that kind of helps .
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