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Lesson Number One, Don't Think


At the urging of the coaches, I started scoring my shooting. Here's my card. The astute of you will note that I did very well on ends 2 through 7, but went in the toliet starting with 8. Why, you may ask?

Well, between 7 and 8 one of the coaches offered us some advice on things to watch out for, such as how your hand is situated on the grip and if your thumb is pointed towards the target (it should be). I started thinking about these things. And then I couldn't stop thinking about these things. Stupid brain.

At any rate, I'm pretty pleased with my score. A quick glance at the scoring achievement chart reveals I'm coming along nicely, although by NAA standards I really should be shooting at the smaller 40 cm target.

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