It's no secret that shooting sports get the short shrift in TV coverage. Some people suspect anti-gun bias at the networks. That may be part of it, but the truth is, the networks don't show shooting events because they are really boring to watch on TV.* The targets look tiny on screen. The shooters are almost perfect. It's a dull combination. The father of one of our international shotgunners told me about watching full matches live on streaming internet. "It's a chore," he said. "When you can hardly stand to watch your own kid compete, that's a boring sport." Watching people shoot tiny holes in paper with air rifles and .22s is even worse. Don't get me wrong:I am in awe of anyone who competes in an Olympic shooting discipline, whether it be rifle, pistol or shotgun. It takes exceptional eye-hand coordination and mental toughness.