I have discovered a big void in my shooting skill'set. I bought my first rifle when I was nine y/o with money from my paper route. I have 60 years of hunter programming in my skill'set which has served me well.
However, I have been haunted by the possible need that in the near future I could need the ability to engage multiple targets quickly. I foolishly figured that learning to do that would be easy. It has been very, very hard.
A skilled hunter, even when making a quick shot, stays on the target to observe the effect of the shot, quickly assesses the result and either fires a follow-up shot or not, be he keeps his attention on the animal. There was a time, I remember well in Alaska when we could harvest five Caribou at a time. But, even then the hunter made sure the first animal was solidly down, before moving to a second Caribou. This deeply ingrained skill'set has complicated the transition to multiple target engagement training.
After much effort and much failure, I dumb-lucked onto a cure that (at least) works for me. While the mental and muscle memory training still needs a lot of work, the procurement of a high quality Aimpoint optic has made the biggest difference in this effort.
I think this red dot type optic has allowed my brain to grasp that this is a totally different event than hunting. I hope this makes some sense to the reader.