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The Problem of Interpreting Lead
     Churchill called it forward allowance, the rest of the world calls it lead, call it what you will, every shot taken at anything but a stationary target requires the shooter to put some space (the lead) between his...
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The Churchill Method of Shooting

An axiom is defined as a proposition that needs no proof and is considered to be self-evident. It is truth taken for granted, and serves as a starting point for deducing and inferring other truths. Axioms contrast sharply with opinions or conjecture. Axioms such as:  

  • “You can’t be in two places at once,”
  • “Something either is, or it isn’t,”  
  • “Every thing exists.”

are essential and inviolable...

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What is the best way to approach rabbits?

“Rabbits are my most challenging target, and I basically feel like I’m guessing when I shoot at them. Help! What is the best way to approach rabbits?”

Crossing rabbits, and especially quartering ones, always look as if they are moving faster than they really are due to their proximity to the ground. Most misses are in front, even though squad members will tell you that you are missing behind....

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