Tag Archives: competitive shotgunning

Shotgun Tips – Making The Gun Disappear

We have shooters fill out our shooter form on our Knowledge Vault website on a weekly basis and ask many questions from mental performance to gun mount to follow-through to choke and so on. Continue reading Shotgun Tips – Making The Gun Disappear

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The Evolution Of Focus

Do you want to get better at sporting clays so you won’t be so embarrassed when attending a charity shoot? Do you want to get better at wingshooting because the last dove hunt you went on it took you seven boxes to harvest 15 doves?  Well, everybody wants to get better and getting better means becoming more consistent and able to self-correct.  Continue reading The Evolution Of Focus

Shooting Skills And Brain Patterns

The hunting seasons here in the States are winding down and with spring comes the beginning of our year traveling our continent and South America helping wing and clay shooters alike become better, however they define it. Continue reading Shooting Skills And Brain Patterns

Shotgun Tips & Tricks – The New Grand Slam

Future SCI President, Paul Babaz, like many of the rest of us, began his hunting carrier as a boy on small game such as rabbits and squirrels and ducks in south Louisiana. This evolved into his passion of big game hunting all over the world and eventually as does happen with many of us as we age his passion turned to quail hunting something he says he just loves to do. Last year he and Joe Hosmer (past President of Safari Foundation) were on a quail hunt Continue reading Shotgun Tips & Tricks – The New Grand Slam