Thursday, March 1, 2012

Teaching Tip

Last Sunday, I had the pleasure of auditing one of Double Tap's classes to see if I'd be interested in teaching it for them.  I'll do a write up of the class in a future post, but this tip was too great to wait on.

Instead of using flags or cones to mark distance for students, Double Tap uses inverted funnels.  They don't blow over and you can screw them into the ground.  Since different size funnels are different colors it makes for easy reference for the students as well.

It's a brilliant idea - cheap and easy.  And it doesn't have to be used just for teaching, it will work well any time you go out to the range for practice.

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