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Definition of "marksmanship" [marks•man•ship]

  • The ability to shoot accurately at a target. (noun)

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Use "marksmanship" in a sentence
  • "I do not feel my marksmanship is at a high-enough level of proficiency to take a 300-yard off-hand game shot unless I can routinely and consistently hit the steel plate off-hand with any of three different scoped rifles (a .257 Roberts with handloads, a .257 AI with handloads, and a .270 with handloads) nine times out of ten shot with each rifle."
  • "I shoot 60lbs, with a stabilizer @ 280fps. 308fps is very fast, but again marksmanship is everything."
  • "I am confident, however, that America's young women can be taught to excel in marksmanship just as well as men."