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Instruction · 1 answer · 223 views · 0 votes · posted by Andrei Erdoss
Proper gun mount?

I've seen many ways that a shotgun can be mounted.

Coach Bill - 141 Reputation
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The first recommendation for a correct gun mount technique is to bring the gun to the cheek with both hands adding a lite screwing up move of the pistol grip hand to finish the mounting up to the cheek. The second recommendation is to place the gun in ... Read More
Instruction · 1 answer · 188 views · 0 votes · posted by Kayle
Looking hard at the target

I've heard this expression and I'm a bit baffled. If looking solely at the target, how is lead ac...

Looking hard at the target, when I hear or use that term to me it means total focus, both visual and mental. Lead is achieved by the input from your what you are seeing, to allow your brain to do "The Math" as I call it to get your hands (The gun)  in ... Read More
Instruction · 1 answer · 176 views · 0 votes · posted by Andrei Erdoss
What is the most effective method for breaking a target?
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It depends on the discipline ie. Skeet, Trap, Sporting. For example for Trap all targets have to be shot swing thru as it's impossible to guess the direction of the target, thus a proper target line has to be established in order to break it.On the oth... Read More
Instruction · Sporting · 5 answers · 104 views · 0 votes · posted by Andrei Erdoss
How do you shoot a rabbit target?

I'm just taking up Sporting Clays and last Saturday was the first time that I shot a rabbit targe...

Jamie Foster - 11 Reputation
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just underneath and foot to two foot in front depending on how fast it is going. also be ready in case they jump so you can shoot them in the air (im 13 and rabbits are my favourite type of target   Read More
Instruction · Sporting · 4 answers · 214 views · 0 votes · posted by Andrei Erdoss
Which method of shooting clay targets is best?

I am curious to hear your opinion on which method of shooting you think is the best and why? I he...

A well stocked shooters tools box is a real plus, but as others have stated most shooters have their go to method(s) for many it's their default method(s).  That's why a pre-shot routine is a must it allows the shooter to consciously decide what method... Read More


Instruction · 1 answer · 140 views · 0 votes · posted by Vasile
Videos for instruction

Have you used any videos that have really helped your shooting?

It's like anything else that is used as a training tool, if the video is done correctly, then yes. There are some very good videos out there, just as there are some very good books out there as well.  What's great about the technology resources we have... Read More
Instruction · 5 answers · 61 views · 1 vote · posted by Andrei Erdoss
Best way to learn clay target shooting? Video or Instruction?

I want to invest in learning clay target shooting. Which way does it prove to be most cost effici...

Manuel Chapa - 11 Reputation
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Practice makes perfect, is good to read to learn but when you practice oftenly you will discover what it takes to hit the target Read More
Instruction · 6 answers · 143 views · 2 votes · posted by Andrei Erdoss
How do you deal with cross firing or cross dominance while shooting?

I'm interested to see what are some common solutions to cross firing issues. Thank you

Coach Bill - 141 Reputation
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The XDS is a new concep to solve eye cross dominance and crossfiring .There are big differences between the tape and the XDSthe Magic Dot is placed on the glasses, very close to the shooter's eye. The role of the dot is to block the dominant eye from s... Read More
Instruction · 1 answer · 243 views · 0 votes · posted by Kayle
Do you see lead in feet (meters) or inches (cm)?

I find it curious that some people see lead as a short distance (inches / cm) and others in a muc...

Will Simpler - 81 Reputation
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I see lead as the distance off the end of my barrels. I see it as a sight picture. So when I tell the people I am shooting with I mainly show them the distance by holding up two fingers. Read More