Cogdell-Unrein: After your body has learned to mount the shotgun in the proper way every time, shooting is 98 percent mental. This is what really separates the great shooters from the average ones. You have to put on your game face. The best way I can describe it is to say your mind is like an ocean; there are always waves and you can't stop them, you can only deal with them. Like waves, thoughts roll in. Some are negative. So, for example, if I've been missing a hard left-hand target, my mind might think "oh no, this is the target I have trouble with." That's a negative and counterproductive thought, so I just program myself to think, "Good, a left-hand target, I can conquer these."