Flinching before you fire a gun leads to inefficiency, missed shots, and frustration.
It happens when we anticipate the noise and the recoil, and a good instructor can mostly train it out of you. But flinching in life is tragic, because it makes us twitchy and afraid to take the shots God gives us at abundance and joy.
Our son-in-law Bryce taught Lisa and me a lot about shooting, and about flinching, and it really helped us. I think some of those lessons can help you, too.
In this episode, we learn the secrets of not flinching, starting today.
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