“How were my hits? Good?
If I’ve heard it once, I’ve heard it a hundred times. On the surface it sounds like a perfectly logical thing to ask, but really if a shooter is watching his sights and paying attention to what he is doing, he should know where his hits were.
I had a new shooter say something a while back at one of the Wake County Action Pistol matches about the lighting being so that he couldn’t see the bullet holes in his targets, and that was throwing off his game. I retorted that he should be watching his sights and they would tell him where the bullets went, and he laughed me off like I was talking to him in Chinese or something.