When it comes to any competition, there are as many excuses for not winning said competition as there are competitions out there. Whether it’s a one-legged frog jumping contest or a high stakes shooting competition with a new a rifle on the line, it’s always nice to have a pocketful of excuses ready just in case the competition doesn’t end in your favor.
Have you ever run across someone participating in a shooting competition with a million excuses for not hitting the bullseye? OR . . . have you ever been forced to defend your own honor (and talent level) with a well orchestrated vindication? Before you hire your own personal defense attorney, check out some the Bulletsmiths came up with below (and feel free to use them as need warrants).
10. My eyesight is just not what it used to be.
9. It was too hot . . . cold . . . windy . . . cloudy . . . sunny . . . rainy . . .
8. I brought the wrong ammo (that someone else loaded).
7. Gastric disturbances – it was something I ate (or drank) the night before!
6. The 4-round slam-fire beside me broke my concentration!
5. The gun I borrowed isn’t “broken in” yet!
4. Lightening struck the shooter beside me, but I shot his target by mistake, and he won the match anyway!
3. The guy doing the scoring thinks I’m running around with his wife.
2. A squirrel barked and the target moved!
1. I wasn’t using Sierra bullets!