A very nice Appleseed in Medical Lake, WA, and very happy to meet Brandon, Jason, James, Sierra, Smitty and Tim. Best thing was meeting and talking to Jack again.http://earl-earlsview.blogspot.com/2015/05/another-broken-promise-nah-shoot-boss.html
I do have to echo the Shoot Boss, dry practice is the best way to lock into six steps for making the shot, and finding NPOA, and firing at a Rifleman's Cadence. My recommendation is put an AQT on the wall or door, make sure your rifle is empty. Then go though each shot picking up the NPOA, once you have practiced one sitting position for Stage 2, do another - you do want to master your muscle memory and relax into the snug sling. Then stage three, get some timing help once you have all the steps in sequence. Stage four NPOA x 10 rounds, four targets 2,2,3,3. Once a day for three to five days a week.
You will also improve your shooting and commitment to Liberty by reading more about the people and places of the American Revolution, just forget Ellis's books, he lied to his students long before he started writing.