There are some shooters who head out to the range, set up a target and fire off a ton of ammunition in a short amount of time. Often, these shooters equate the amount of ammunition they burn through to the quality of their training. Once home from the range, they have gained no more knowledge or skill than before heading out. Instead, they spent their time just “sending lead downrange.” Accuracy training is about so much more than that. It’s about what it takes to hit your target and then doing it, especially with a static target. As a shooter, whether training for competition or self-defense, it is important to learn how to hit what you’re aiming at. Once accomplished, you then need to understand why you miss. Self-diagnosing your misses on the range will help make you a better shooter. The following are the four fundamentals of marksmanship that are most important to concentrate on when shooting.

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