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Rifle Shooting Games For Hunting Practice

Randy Newberg, Hunter
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Michael Parente and Marcus Hockett head out to some public land to practice their rifle proficiency through a game of PIG. Each player has to create a shot, and the other has to imitate it or else they get a letter. They go head to head doing ridiculous shots to try and get the other a letter.

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  1. Great ideas! My only advice for improvement of the skills tests is: (1) that most people aren't going to be bringing a competition-grade, 15-lb shooting rest with them into a hunting scenario, so my suggestion is to ditch that before it even becomes a part of the equation; (2) depending on location, some hunts (eg in heavy brush) simply aren't going to allow for a lengthy set-up in prone or even kneeling or sitting position. (3) The other point I'd suggest is the idea of making 3 shots in relatively rapid succession (simulating a need for additional shots), and basing each round of the game on that, and the shots being taken at not greater than 5-second intervals.

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