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Old April 14, 2021, 06:08 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by RC20 View Post
The best read I had was a guy who set out and interviewed (from memory, sorry I did not link the article) 10 Top Bench Rest shooters.

None of them agreed on what the key aspects were. They all had some things in common, but if they had a list of 5, one might agree with the next guy etc.

What it amounts to is if you do your job quality wise, you get good results.

Some of it is just being convinced your approach works.
The pros generally have a specific way and reason for the things they do. Mostly because it works very well. With that said Erick's system really makes a lot of sense to me. I think of it as a flow chart with goals. I have the 3 primary factors I need to achieve great accuracy and can measure how I am doing based off those 3. If I have problems in one of those areas I can start trying to see where my problems are within that subset, and try to find ways to improve my process to get the needed consistency.
I don't believe in "range fodder" that is why I reload.
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