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Instruction · 1 answer · 328 views · 0 votes · posted by Drew Forest
Shooting methods and lead

It seems that shooters using swing through and pull away, don't perseive lead, vs maintained lead...

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Instruction · 1 answer · 134 views · 1 vote · posted by Andrei Erdoss
How do you check eye dominance?

A fellow shooter told me that I should check my eye dominance in order to see if I have to change...

Randal Cooke - 31 Reputation
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To check your eye dominance -  With both eyes open, point a finger at an object in the distance. Close first one eye then the other. The one that stays in line with the finger is your dominant eye. Read More
Instruction · Sporting · 2 answers · 143 views · 0 votes · posted by Andrei Erdoss
How to shoot high dropping clays?

I find chandelles difficult to shoot, mainly because they drop very fast. What is the technique t...

Jon Lee - 11 Reputation
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I tend to wait for the target to reach the peak, then I place the barrel right below it. I use the pull away technique, where I go in sync with the tag Read More
Instruction · 1 answer · 198 views · 0 votes · posted by Coach Bill
Does cross dominance cause my double barrel vision?

Seeing two barrels, while the gun is mounted into the shoulder and both eyes are open, is not ocu...

Coach Bill - 141 Reputation
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Seeing two barrels, when the gun is mounted into the shoulder and both eyes are open, is not ocular cross dominance!  It is called natural diplopia.The phenomenon occurs because the object (the gun) is too close to our eyes compared tothe distance from... Read More
Instruction · 2 answers · 154 views · 0 votes · posted by Coach Bill
Does eye dominance change?

  Eye dominance never changes anatomically only switches  temporarily in certain conditionsAny ey...

phil kiner - 41 Reputation
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Find the Janurary 2017 issue of Trap and Field and read my 2 part article on cross-firing.It is NOT a one answer fits all shooters problem.You don't care about your eye dominance what you care about is whether or not you cross-fire and if you have a pr... Read More


Instruction · Sporting · 2 answers · 194 views · 0 votes · posted by Bob
Is eye cross dominance and cross firing the same thing?
phil kiner - 41 Reputation
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Cross-firing is when the off-eye is the one that directs the shot.There are a lot of symptoms but one of the most common is when right handed shooters start missing left angle targets.Another is when your scores drop off at the end of the day or as a s... Read More
Instruction · Trap · 1 answer · 131 views · 0 votes · posted by Kyle Adams
Is flinching considered failure to fire?
Jon Lee - 11 Reputation
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Yes, flinching is a natural occurrence where the trigger finger doesn't release the trigger and it  can be problematic when the shotgun is not fit properly to the body measurements. Read More
Instruction · Skeet · 2 answers · 163 views · 0 votes · posted by Mr. H
What does the letter "T" stand for in doubles?
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Thanks for that.  Lots to learn for a rookie. Read More
Instruction · Sporting · 1 answer · 180 views · 0 votes · posted by Andrei Erdoss
What is the intercept method?

I heard about the intercept method as a way to shoot clay targets. What are it's advantages? Is i...

Coach Bill - 141 Reputation
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https://youtu.be/josMuJrogro It's kind of like merging into traffic on the highway. Read More