The first match I'll be attending on Sept 7-9 is the 2007 BC Top Gun Match. It is a 5 gun event, but until I get my firearms license paperwork finalized I can only shoot Olympic Air Pistol. This is okay though as it is my favorite event. :) I will definitely be writing about the experience of navigating through Canada's firearm laws as I go through the process.
The second event is the Western Canadian Air Gun Championships, this event will have two matches with the combined score used to determine the winner.
I'll be making some modifications to my training over the next 3-4 weeks. I'll be adjusting my stance a bit and working on my grip and trigger control. For my stance I'll be shifting my feet around so that I'm raising my shooting arm more in front of me instead of out towards my side. In the image below my shooting arm goes out directly to my right.
The new stance brings the left leg forward and rotates the right leg
As you can see from the shoe prints it isn't a major change, but the slightest change in foot position can actually make a big difference in a precision sport.
My busy work schedule is starting to pick up so I'm hoping to get out to train enough before I leave for Calgary.