Down Range Radio #202: Winter Range

This week Michael talks about his performance at the cowboy action shooting national championships, Winter Range, last weekend, then talks about learning theory, the path to mastery and why you shouldn’t throw your trophies away…

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Ruger Firearms * Liberty Safes * Crimson Trace Laser Grips * XS Sights

Reference Links:

The Michael Bane Blog

Winter Range

MASTERY: THE KEYS TO  SUCCESS AND LONG-TERM FULFILLMENT, by George Leonard

The Five Keys to Mastery DVD

Reviews of MASTERY:
http://gettingstronger.org/2010/03/george-leonards-mastery/
http://www.finerminds.com/personal-growth/mastery-george-leonard/

Michael’s Gear @ Winter Range:

Revolvers — Ruger Anniversary Blackhawks .357

Gunsmithing by Cylinder & Slide Shop

Rifle — 1873 Cimarron Arms Texas Brush Popper .357

Gunsmithing by Ken Griner

Shotgun — Stoeger 12-gauge Coach Gun Supreme

Gunsmithing by Goatneck Clem Gunsmithing

Leather — Ted Blocker “Buffalo Hunter”

Chris Kostman — Adventurecorp.com

Pain and Suffering, by Chris Kostman — worth reading, even if you think Chris is nuts, which he is…mb

The Music of Conway Twitty

The Music of Jason and the Scorchers

2 Responses to Down Range Radio #202: Winter Range

  1. Benny Moreno

    March 2, 2011 at 2:49 pm

    That was very good, and thanks for Jason, 1 of my faves.

    About plateaus, it happens and it is so weird when you make a break through and you wonder why you could not do that before, now, you couldn’t go back if you tried, 5 minute mile, then a 4 minute mile, 6 second el prez, then a 5 second etc… when I started shooting competition, the old timers would constantly say ” front sight, front sight ” when I finally REALLY understood what that meant, break through, now I can’t keep from it, except my eyes don’t allow it to the degree they used to.

  2. atmiller

    March 4, 2011 at 6:18 am

    So to summarize the podcast, “No Pain, No Gain.”

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