Haha, let me rephrase that. A simple shooting drill. Load a round, do a simple 3,2,1, pull the marker to a shooting position and shoot.
Kind of like when I practice my break shooting or look'n'shoot with my phantom. Develop a routine for not using sights or relying on getting my face behind the marker. It's harder to get a cheek weld when the stock touch my mask, even with i4's can't get a solid enough weld to my face. Sometimes plinking/practicing at home ill just angle it to get used to sighting down the side like with other markers.