Robert's tip? Work as hard in practice as you do when you're shooting registered targets. He told me that he sees skeeters "playing" too often in practice. Paxton's point here is how do you take what you've learned on the practice field to the weekend serious stuff? It just doesn't happen if you're not equally as serious about practice as you are about competition.
Then there's the opposite end of this scale. Robert sees some shooters practice with a very aggressive attitude. They push the envelope on the practice field, smashing targets hard and quickly. They have absolutely no fear of missing. But on the weekend their shooting philosophy changes. Now they begin measuring targets. Their lack of confidence shows with their lack of aggression. Again, you have to shoot practice the same way you shoot registered.
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