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November 2009 Sporting Clays Shooting Tip
Last Post 31 Oct 2009 05:32 PM by Beretta687. 0 Replies.
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31 Oct 2009 05:32 PM

    The November 2009 Sporting Clays Tip was just released from The Paragon School of Sporting

    The Learning Curve - Long or Short?

    The Learning Curve

    Where do our shooting skills come from? How are they developed and acquired?

    With each trip to the course, each of us is building an inventory, or database, of muscle movements and sight pictures necessary to successfully complete a particular shot. At Paragon we call that,.....Familiarity. It is a mental inventory or database of sight pictures and swing movements - based on the target presentation in front of us. A presentation we will see again. And again.

    Building this critically important Familiarity requires training and repetition. Have you considered how you approach building this Familiarity, i.e., target inventory?......

    To read the full tip, please visit us at:

    The Pargon School of Sporting



    Tags: sporting clays, sporting clays tips, sporting clays lessons
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