2. Shooting things is Serious because they can kill DUH
- Being the person that I am, I like to know how to at least walk up to something and know how to use it...just in case.
If I'm going to shoot, might as well be good at it. The definition of Self-Discipline is: the ability to control one's feelings and overcome one's weaknesses; the ability to pursue what one thinks is right despite temptations to abandon it.
Knowing that I have Self control and discipline, I can and will have a gun and bow. Do I think everyone should be shooting something? Hell Naw, but being our right
Learning how to be responsible around others is key to owning guns...which is why I display my guns with absolutely NO magazine loaded inside. Knowledge of gun safety is huge and knowing how to operate and check if a gun is loaded or how to turn on and off the safety is an absolute must.
3. Learning if you are Right Eye Dominant or Left Eye Dominant
- This is the first thing you need to figure out.
How to figure this out: Aim at a target with your finger with both eyes open. When closing one eye, the eye that moves your finger in site is your NOT dominant eye.
I didn't find this out until I was 25 that I was left eye dominant. I just thought I sucked.
- My best shot is with my Compound bow and also WAY cheaper to shoot than a rifle. Re-usable Arrows is amazing when target practicing and of course way quitter.
4. Hunting Requirements
- Learning your state Hunting requirements is a process so go online to figure out your state regulations.
Hunting is something I really want to start doing, but one thing is you need to get a hunters safety license and tags. This all takes time and initial money.
- Know what concealing regulations there are in place in your state.
Knowing how to carry your guns is a must and should be performed professionally and without breaking the law.
Check out your state laws on what is legal and not legal.
Get your concealed weapons permit.