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Competitions · Sporting Clays · 3 answers
12ga vs 20ga handicap. How many would it take?

Here's the premise: You have two target guns set up exactly the same. One is a 12ga the other ...

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Well,  maybe it depends on your game. I shoot competition skeet mostly. My thought is , if I can not score well with the twenty gauge the twelve would not make a difference. In fact When I shoot doubles the recoil recovery is much easier between shots...
Equipment · American Trap Singles · 2 answers
8 or 7.5 shot?

Are there any advantages or disadvantages to using 8 or 7.5? I assume it is just a matter of p...

Don Guinta
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I use 1 ounce of #8 from 16-27.  I change chokes as I move back from the 21.  LM from 16-20, M from 21-24, f from 26 to the back line.  This is also a personal preference.  Try diffeerant loads, shot and chokes to see how they effect your shooting.
Equipment · 1 answer
Does switching between shotguns affect shooting?

I'm wondering how much of a difference there is between guns.

Rodolfo Leon
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Makes a huge difference if the guns have difference in weight. I went from shotting my 9 lbs Remington to shooting a 7 lb Benelli and the swing weight was way off for skeet. Trap and sporting clays may be a bit different.
Equipment · 1 answer
What is the best way to clean my shotgun?

I have a Remington 1100

Martha Allen
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I still have the same question, although I have scoured youtube.com and found MANY videos on how to clean shotguns, particularly the Remington 1100. I have one also and LOVE taking it apart! One quick and easy maintenance tool I love is the thick rope-...
Equipment · 4 answers
Which is best for flinching? Release or classic trigger?

I read that some people use release triggers to combat flinching. Is this effective?

phil kiner
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I read the book and there is nothing in that book that is proven to cureIf you start flinching the only thing I  have found that works is first: Change the pull poundage of your pull trigger - if you are flinching you trigger pull is probably 3.00 or l...


Equipment · Sporting Clays · 2 answers
Which glasses and when?

I was wondering what glasses you use and when, meaning in what weather conditions?

Jim Crowley
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Overall, I use a wine colored lens.  It seems to work both on sunny and cloudy days.  That is what works for ME!   I have tried numerous color lenses and that color shows the target best for me..
Instruction · 5 answers
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
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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
Instruction · Sporting Clays · 5 answers
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
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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  
Instruction · 1 answer
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
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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.