I heard it yrs ago that if you hang with a certain skill level crowd you will rise no higher than the crowd, which is fine ifthat is your thing, butf orthose who want to excell to the maximum oftheir abilities??? need to look beyond the comfort zone/squad
Recently I heard a similar concept explained as, "You are the average of the five people you hang around with most."
Interesting to ponder that, for both shooting and non-shooting aspects of life.
This is troubling
Shooting with better shooters...
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"Shoot slow and do evertthing else fast"
Where did I hear that? It was from a GM, so I kow it must be true.
Yeah, it worked out that way.
If you don't think so, try it the other way around and ket me know how it works for you.
First time I've heard it put that way. Wise words.
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Posted 16 May 2013 - 11:33 AM
That being said, I was squaded with significantly better open and limited shooters at a major match last year and I ended up tring to shoot the match at their pace. Of course I shot too fast for my ability and ended the match with 6 misses. If I would have spent a whole additional second per miss I would have been more competitive in my class and division (L10).
I think the best advice to give anyone is shoot slow , do everything else fast and listen to others. It's very annoying to try and help someone out only to get excuses as to why they can't follow the suggestion.
Posted 16 May 2013 - 04:01 PM
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