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Dunning-Kruger Effect

The Dunning-Kruger Effect You Don’t Know What you Don’t Know The Dunning-Kruger Effect is a cognitive bias whereby people with low ability at a task overestimate their ability. Essentially, it states that beginners (people with very little...

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Sight-Centric Vs. Trigger-Centric Shooters

Trigger Centric Vs Sight Centric Become a sight-centric shooter to hit what you’re aiming at There are two kinds of shooters: sight-centric and trigger-centric. How can we tell them apart? Trigger centric shooters miss. A LOT. It’s an error...

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Don’t Be Bad, Fast, Forever

BAD, FAST- FOREVER. Done right, speed is a by-product of efficient movement executed with precision. Most people seek skill with firearms as a means of self-defense. This impetus, of course, carries with it a certain sense of urgency. Images of wild-west...

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