106: How To Enjoy The Pursuit In The Off-Season with Josh Tarrant

Josh Tarrant is a guy that enjoys the pursuit of excellence in sport. He has learned through a successful career in road bike racing that the hard work and tons of repetitions in practice do pay off when you are competing. Regularly putting in up to 35,000 miles per year on the bicycle, Josh has translated that hard work ethic into the sport of 3-Gun with his dry fire regimen. But he doesn’t stop there, Josh feels a responsibility to help others in the 3-Gun community while promoting his sponsors and he shares how he does that in this episode of The 3-Gun Show.

Highlights Of The Podcast Include:

  • Building skills in dry fire that you verify in live fire
  • Why would an immense amount of talent be a detractor from people’s success?
  • The responsibility that comes with being a sponsored shooter
  • The newest 3-Gun Ready Shotgun about to hit the market
  • Plus! Why are there so many dang engineers in 3-Gun?
  • And More!

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Important Links from The Show:

Josh’s Tube-Stage Debacle at Hard as Hell (a must watch!)

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Thanks for listening!

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