The Top 10 Reasons I Didn’t Win My Last Match

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).

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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!

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4 Responses to The Top 10 Reasons I Didn’t Win My Last Match

  1. david dumas says:

    my wind flags lie,,,,,,,,,

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  2. Dean Gilbert says:

    I used some of that cheap imported military surplus ammo in my American made gun.

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  3. B. Price says:

    hemorrhoids

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  4. David (Rupe) Ruppel says:

    My dog eat my winning target!

    Rupe

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