The local club determined who was on 2 by having the person that shot first during the event be on post 2.
Lot of shooters think going from hard rights to hard lefts in first 10 targets not a good idea. Not bother me personally.I signed up on post five recently to fill a squad because I'd rather have a full squad than a preferred starting post. Now after thinking about it, I liked it and trying to figure out why?
None of the hard rights seemed as fast or extreme. Nailed each straight away and anything in between.
The only thing I can think of is that I hadn't seen any other presentations prior to shooting the "tough post" so maybe I was more relaxed, focused and ready? Of importance and maybe it's the primary reason but the last five events I've shot, unlike any other before, I was not nervous or anxious. I can remember my legs being weak/shaking and my eyes darting all over the place last year but this year...nothing. Just load, close and shoot.
At any rate, it seems like post four is the most often preferd starting position so I'm curious if there's anyone else that prefers five and why?