Tag Archives: Gil & Vicki Ash

Shotgun 101 – When It All Comes Together

Vicki and I are just back from a hunting trip in the Texas panhandle for pigeons, sandhill cranes and collared doves and what a trip it was.  We were based north of Lubbock in Planeview, Texas and were hunting with Wayne Bolt of Avian Expeditions.  We were accompanied by four other shooters, all of whom have fitted guns and who we had taught to shoot, so you could say they were in the OSP family. Continue reading Shotgun 101 – When It All Comes Together

Shotgun 101 – What About The Lead?

In our Beginner Program in our Knowledge Vault we stress, among other things, the importance of three basic things that must be mastered to accelerate the learning curve; learning to move and mount the gun, learning to see and understand the separation between the gun and the target, adjusting gun speed to bird’s speed. Continue reading Shotgun 101 – What About The Lead?

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

There Are Doves Here Too!

At this writing, Vicki and I have just returned from Argentina coaching shooters on doves and pigeons, which, if you have never done, you should do at least once.  We will be in Bolivia between now and September 1 coaching on doves and pigeons in the same lodge. If any of you are thinking about making a trip like this, give us a call and go with us and we will coach you in the field and you will get better!  Continue reading There Are Doves Here Too!