That it is, like any other martial discipline. From longsword to seige, it takes time, patience and practice. Along with the work, should come a healthy dose of fun, put some variation in your shooting regimen, just a thought.
What I get out of it is personal achievement. There's no one else who can give you satisfaction in your shooting but you. There's no one else who you can blame for poor shooting, just you. And when it comes down to it, you're only competing against yourself and the last time you went shooting.
sto pro vestra terra
inflecto pro vestra regina
supplex pro vestra uxor
"Fast is fine, but accuracy is final. You have to be slow in a hurry." -- Wyatt Earp.