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Chuck Untersee, Director of "Behold a Pale Horse" our Guest

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Tonight we have Chuck Untersee, the Director of the movie "Behold a Pale Horse", which Appleseed had a part in, as our guest, and we have Part Three of our seven part "Making The Shot" series. Part Three is "Inches, Minutes and Clicks".  

When we are teaching "Inches, Minutes and Clicks" and how they pertain to your target and rifle, we need to remember that it is a simple translation process. We are taking the raw data of holes in the paper, "inches", and translating it into "minutes", which are then understandable and usable by our rifles when converted to "clicks". The IMC portion of the instruction at an Appleseed is sometimes one of the stickiest sections of the instruction I have witnessed after many years of teaching at Appleseeds. It is often made into a much more complex and confusing idea than needed by many instructors, mainly new instructors. The easiest way to teach IMC is to keep it as simple as possible and to go from stepping stone to stepping stone when teaching it. Go from the known to the new when teaching IMC. From the circle, which most folks can grasp to the cone of 45 degrees, to the degree, to the cone of 60 minutes into the cone of one minute, etc. Make sure you always lead the students from one stone to the next and they will be able to follow you fairly easily, most of the time. Hope to see you there-Scout.