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View to a skill

In this series we have been looking at Alastair Prince, a newcomer to shooting sports. In the first article we focused on getting started from Alastair’s point of view. Here, I want to look at things from an instructor’s viewpoint. This will help any new shooters ask the right questions and know what we are looking for in a new shooter.

Questions, questions

In the previous article, Alastair mentioned to me that there were a few questions he wished he had asked sooner, so I have listed

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