Obviously, nothing beats real practice and time in the field. But if you’re a beginner, there might be some value in having a little gaming experience.
If you have never played the game before, you may not have much of an opinion, but to those of us who have. I have a question for you.
Can Playing Call of Duty Help Prepare a Novice Hunter for Real Life Shooting?
Think about it.
What if two people, that are completely new to hunting, were introduced to shooting for the first time?
One has never shot a gun or played any video games, and the other has also never shot a gun, but has experience playing Call of Duty.
Do you think the person who has experience playing Call of Duty might have the upper hand?
Here are a few reasons:
Looking through a scope will not be quite as unfamiliar to someone who has played Call of Duty.
Games today have very realistic graphics and they focus on important techniques like…
Adjusting to moving targets
Proper shot placement
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Do you think a gaming experience would have any significant impact, positive or negative, for a beginner?