147: Shooter’s Etiquette Guide With Corinne Mosher & Dillen Easley

A couple listener favorites, Corinne Mosher and Dillen Easley make a return to The 3-Gun Show Podcast to drop a bit of timely knowledge for all those new and experienced shooters out there. We are in the middle of the practical shooting season and competition is heating up which means that often emotions heat up as well. Of all the things that we need to learn to shoot matches, 3Gun Etiquette is one of the most important topics and somehow we keep teaching it last. Join us for a practical discussion on how to conduct yourself before, during and after the match.

Highlights of the Podcast:

  • Being a good squad mate is a learning process that takes time to get right
  • Why if you’re not resetting, you are effectively cheating
  • Stay off the stage while other people (including RO’s) are shooting
  • Your responsibility from shooter to just shot to back on the stage and resetting
  • How much time should you take to recover from a stage?
  • Why you should thank your Range Officers after each stage
  • Plus: How to show gratitude to the sponsors of a match
  • And More!

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