Recently I've been learning to shoot one-handed so that I can shoot in the local monthly Bullseye competition. I don't expect to ever get very good at it, but I'm finding that it helps my shooting in general, possibly by slowing me down, so it's worth doing. Another thing I've been interested in, but haven't even tried once is "Point Shooting". Basically, this is shooting a gun the same way you would throw darts or rocks, without using the sights. Some of us are dead shots with a rock, and should be able to translate that into some kind of shooting skill. There are all sorts of theories about this kind of shooting. Most of them are 100% B.S. In essence, if you can throw darts or rocks well, you have the neural circuitry necessary to make this work, it's just a matter of getting the gun wired into the circuit. I was inspired to try this by a friend who is teaching himself aerial shooting (with wax bullets), and discovered that he could toss a gallon milk bottle in the air and hit it easily right from the start. I think aerial shooting is crazy dangerous, and don't want to convince myself otherwise, but it seems to imply that Point Shooting might be relatively easy to learn. How about some of us try to learn Point Shooting together "by wire"? I'll try it on my next range trip and report back. Anybody else interested in trying?