It's always fascinating to spend time with top level shooters. During a break when a thunderstorm rolled in I had a chance to talk shooting with Dunn and Allan Treadwell, who has also represented the US in the demanding game of international skeet. We talked about frame of mind. I've always thought shooters do their best in a tranquil, zenlike state. Surprisingly, Treadwell said he shot best when he was angry. He even set a national record when he was particularly mad at one smack-talking opponent. Dunn agreed: "Being angry makes you more aggressive," she said. "I used to have to get angry to shoot aggressively, but I 've learned to summon the aggression without getting mad."