I'll be shooting in a pin match next weekend. Last time I shot pins, I had a blast, but I was young and relatively new to shooting, so technique wasn't much of a concern to me back then. That was also a quarter-century ago, so I figure there may have been a few "new" tips and/or tricks developed since I last tried it. I'll be entering the following classes (with these guns): - Stock Auto (Glock 22 .40) - Open Auto (probably the same Glock 22 .40) - Stock Revolver (Ruger Redhawk .44) - Stock Rimfire (Ruger .22/45) I'm thinking I'll shoot the Revolver class to get the big boomer out of the way first, then the two Auto classes, and finish with the rimfire. I'd welcome any input for pin shooters, past and present, as to shot placement, general strategy (beyond "Hit them quickly"), and anything else I might be overlooking. Thanks in advance for all inputs; I really do appreciate any help you can offer! Wanna kill these ads? We can help!