Practice Made Perfect


Mar 6, 2008
This article will be the first in a series exploring the elements of our precision rifle practice regimen that continues to evolve over time. In this article we provide a high level overview. In subsequent articles, we will examine each area in greater detail.

As we began to rethink our approach to training, we first identified our individual strengths and weaknesses as shooters and what skills we needed to work on. As we've heard one top competitor state, "Practice what you suck at." We started to perform after action reviews of each match and this provided us with empirical data that we used to plan our practice routine.
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Great read with many tips that I will apply when I train at home and at the range.

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