Mr. Bittlekirk is nike air max 97 scontate , for the most part, your average, agreeable guy. He likes football, baseball and fast food. His physically demanding job keeps him in good shape as his handshake and physique implied. Rugged face and stature, Mr. Bittlekirk was outwardly personable but I detected a serious edge about him too. Over coffee and a sweet-roll we talked about our upcoming session.
I like to gather information about my student before guns are loaded and targets fly. I inquired about goals, priorities nike air max 2017 scontate , targets shot per month and problem areas, all to better understand who Mr. Bittlekirk was and where we were going.
His questions were insightful and showed forethought coming into his lesson. He?d studied under a good teacher who, he felt, had taken him as far as he could. He was here to learn, understood there was no magic involved and that progress would come only after some work and possibly change. We were off to a good start.
A strong intermediate shooter, Mr. Bittlekirk was straightforward in his approach to shooting. There were a few surprises for Mr. Bittlekirk along the way and that?s what gave me the idea to write this piece. I?d like to share with you some of the dialogue nike air max 2018 elite donne scontate , questions and answers as we moved forward and through his time with me. As with most men, it isn?t just about shooting methods. It always goes a little deeper than that and I don?t mean that to be derogatory. It?s just that our gender brings certain ideas and beliefs to the table. Which brings us to his first comment as he took his gun out of the slip.
?Dan, I really don?t like to miss.?
?Because I get frustrated easily after a miss and everything seems to go down hill from there.?