However, in competition shooting, staring at your target leads to losing time and makes you ineffective, so shooters need to keep moving. This is especially true with multiple targets. Jerry tells Jim and Trav that the shooter has to master a vision technique that allows them to see where they are going, where they’ve been and where they’ll end up, almost simultaneously. The shorter the time and the closer the targets, Jerry says that the shooter doesn’t have time to stare at any one thing, so your vision technique is a critical skill. He’ll also talk about the importance of keeping your trigger finger free. Jerry says that part of the learning curve is mastering how to hold a firearm as tightly as possible, without affecting the dexterity of your trigger finger. When it comes to stance, Jerry says that everything he does is all about the application of himself to the target. He’ll talk about how he adapts and focuses on technique to keep him at the top of his game. And finally, he’ll explain how practice helps you calibrate yourself to the target – your stance, vision, grip – to use the least amount of time for the maximum amount of output. Make sure you watch “Shootout Lane” on Outdoor Channel to see Jerry Miculek in action.