A big Thank You, Terry! I've got the Spartan 10 footer. I stand 24' back with plenty of lighting in my basement. It looks real. I hold just below the roof, look out over the house, call "pull", raise my eyes, zero in on the aiming dot, THEN, make a smooth move to it. I only do 50 or so a day, maybe a few more, now and then, and it's really helped my stamina. At first 25 moves, (good moves, that I would call a hit) seemed to put a little stress on me.
Some advise to Wall Chart users would be to not call for your target, then IMMEDIATELY move to the aiming point. Move your eyes to the dot first. I shot a few practice rounds recently (after it warmed up to 27 degrees), and found myself moving the gun right after I called. A real mistake. But when I waited untill I saw the complete target, focused in on the leading edge, and made a smooth move. it was hard to miss. Or so I thought. This was from what I thought was 27 yds., as it was not cleared off of snow and I had to paced it back from the 16 yd. line.
Another thing that I do is after the "shot", don't just drop the gun and "reload"... dismount slowly, not "ssllooww mmoottiioonn", but just not dropping the gun to reload.
Terry... a question... Why did you chooose Trap 2B for the poster? Maybe something from Shakespear?