Every time I see someone getting it badly wrong with a gun I feel the need to correct them. But I don’t. Back in the day, I’d intervene. I’d start by asking the shooter what gun they’re firing (as if I didn’t know). Then it’s “I’m an NRA Pistol Instructor. Do you mind if I show you something about your stance/grip/trigger finger/trigger squeeze/sight alignment/breathing/pacing?” When one of my involuntary students—a prison guard—complained to management I learned to mind my own business. The gun range guy put it this way: “A lot of people come here just to have fun. What’s wrong with that?” So, do you correct other shooter’s mistakes or leave poor enough alone?