42: 4 Steps to Accelerate your Progress in 3-Gun with Travis Gibson

Practical Zen practitioner Travis Gibson is back on the 3-Gun Show to discuss his match win at the Surefire World Championship and what he learned to improve his mental game. It wasn’t a perfect match and Travis covers his mistakes as well as the hero-runs. Then we break down the four areas a shooter should focus on to make quick progress in 3Gun.

In this Episode You’ll Learn:

  • The four steps to accelerate your progress in 3-Gun
  • Why your squad won’t mind if you take an extra fifteen seconds to gather your thoughts and calm yourself down
  • How sticking to your stage plan can be disastrous if your stage plan includes skipping targets
  • And more!

Travis’s Sponsors

MGM Targets – Colt Competition Rifle – Cabelas – Hornady – Vortex Optics – EMG Customs – Warne Scope Mounts – Proof Research – XLR Industries – Safariland – Crye Precision – Ergo Grips – Schuemann Barrels – XRail

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  • Or put a quick post up on the MGM Targets FB page.

Thanks for listening!

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A big thanks to Travis for being an amazing repeat-guest on The 3-Gun Show! Thanks man!


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