I spend a lot of time at the range and see all sorts of shooters. The worst kind is the hunter that shows up in September with a rusted rifle he knows nothing about, a cheap scope that wiggles around, old ammo, and an attitude. He shows up, does not manipulate is rifle securely, shoots a couple rounds, touches paper at 50 yards and declares himself ready. The result is usually something like this:
Hunters, take a bit of time to learn, talk with knowledgeable folks at the range and practice!
If you work in an office environment, you have probably already seen these posters. They are supposed to make you a super employee, full of motivation and desire to do always more (for less pay!).
Here are some I created:
During training at a range in the United States, I noticed that my pee was being deflected by wind. After a bit of practice, I could call the wind by having a leak! Be careful you do not hit your feet!