Stay Calm and Don’t Flinch – We've all done it. Some of us still do from time to time. The key is to admit that we have a problem and instill good habits. It’s also good to train with a buddy and get another perspective on your shooting. Even I am guilty of practicing bad behavior and not know it until someone else gets involved! Having a shooting buddy is a valuable part of your training. They can help identify good technique as well as bad. Be positive and honest when you are helping another shooter. You want them to improve their skills and you can be the positive feedback they might need. So, ladies, read the article, get a buddy and head out to the range.