I love the feeling of the first warm days of early spring. It not only means I can get out myself, but it means the conditions become bearable for me to get my kids out with me.
What turned my thinking around wasn’t pulling myself up by my own boot straps and deleting Facebook off my phone. I needed to have my mind renewed by God’s word. Picking a spot on a target is just the beginning of a good shot.
I was pumped about spending six days in Northeast Missouri the week prior to the regular firearms season. Everything seemed like it was going to be absolutely perfect! Long story short, I got quite the education.
Excellent shooting in hunting has five elements. Working on improving these things will make you more efficient and safe in the field.
There’s a strange psychological phenomenon that takes place when people go from pressing forward and straining for growth, to pulling back and just trying to maintain. As a result, we lose perspective and develop what is affectionately called, “Mission Creep”. It sounds like, “Eh, as long as I can hit a pie plate, my sights…