Whether you’re preparing for the hunt of a lifetime or priming for competition, practice is paramount to improving your shooting skills. For most of us, that means spending as much quality time as possible at the local shooting range. However, with time limited for most shooters, making the most of range time is also critical.
Shooting champion Julie Golob knows how to move the needle. A decorated U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit veteran and one of the world’s most successful competitive shooters with more than 120 major victories under her belt, she knows plenty about practice. But her busy life as a professional shooter, popular author, media personality and mother of two has also taught her much about making every second count. Read the full article at FederalPremium.com.