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Shotgun Tips – It’s A Choice!


“When shooting a moving target, you have one of two choices it is either here it comes or there it goes,” — Brian Ash

You are either anticipating the target’s arrival or you are reacting to what the target is doing!  When you are anticipating the target’s arrival you are in control and already ahead of the target. But when you are reacting to the target, you are reacting to where the target is and inevitably will find yourself behind, even if you are ahead.  Continue reading Shotgun Tips – It’s A Choice!

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ShotKam3


The ShotKam is a lightweight video camera that attaches under your barrel and videotapes your shot and where your barrel is pointing during the swing and shot.

Serious shotgunners are probably familiar with SCI’s resident expert coaches Gil and Vicki Ash and how much a clever device called a ShotKam influences their teachings. The ShotKam is a lightweight video camera that attaches Continue reading ShotKam3

Shocking What Happened…


In our last installment, we talked about pigeon and ducks decoying to the blind and offered some tips on how to become more proficient when hunting incoming and decoying birds. Two weeks after we sent the article, I got a call from one of our clients Continue reading Shocking What Happened…

Shotgun Tips & Tricks – Improving Consistency on Ducks and Pigeons


hunter in blindThe passing shot is the most difficult shot because the gun must be farther in front of the target than the flushing shot.  Perhaps the birds that hunters have the most Continue reading Shotgun Tips & Tricks – Improving Consistency on Ducks and Pigeons