Targeting Recreation

Managers familiar with marksmanship and hunting as recreational or competitive activities are acutely aware that patterns (groupings) created on the target by bullets or buckshot tell a lot about the shooter. Holes located below (or above) the bull’s-eye indicate the dropping of the barrel (or, conversely, the shooter’s body shifting backwards slightly) in anticipation of the recoil. Holes scattered all about the target may represent an “open choke” shotgun pattern (and vice versa), or more significantly, perhaps, inconsistency. Just as …


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