Many of us remember Chris Cheng from the History Channel’s long-since-canceled show “Top Shot.” The show ran for five seasons, between 2010 and 2013, and featured two teams of competitors who had to use an unknown array of rifles, handguns and shotguns on various targets as they ran through shooting stations. One by one, the lowest-scoring marksmen were eliminated.
Every new shooter must work to overcome their flinch. You must train your subconscious brain not to react to the boom and flash that accompany each trigger pull. Even experienced shooters can find a flinch creeping into their practice, negatively affecting accuracy, as it causes the nose of the gun to dip down during the shot.
Revolvers have their place in the gun world; many folks prefer them for their simplicity and feel. Every gun owner should have at least one in his or her collection.
In fact, women are the fastest-growing segment in the target-shooting population.
The new shooter training program will introduce new skills to injured veterans so they can shoot effectively