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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

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Shotgunning Tips – Do Yourself a Favor….


shotgunning-instructor-121616In our last installment, we mentioned our first research project with skeet shooters and, as we write this, there are more projects with sporting, skeet and hunters as well as new and different video for each group. Something we are increasingly aware of as we coach around the world is that the majority of wing and clay shooters really don’t know what it looks like when the perfect shot comes together and, as a Continue reading Shotgunning Tips – Do Yourself a Favor….

Shotgun Tips & Tricks – What You See Comes From The Brain!


“The way we see is not determined by what we want to see, but by how we have learned to practice seeing!”…. Gadi Geiger.

Vicki & Gil Ash
Vicki & Gil Ash

My how the science is changing when it comes to how our brains really function and create the almost impossible synchronous movements we call skill. If you get the chance to see any of the episodes of “Brain Games” on National Geographic channel, don’t miss them as they are incredible at showing how proficient our brains really are and also how our brains can be tricked into thinking they see something that is really not there. Continue reading Shotgun Tips & Tricks – What You See Comes From The Brain!

The Art of Shooting High Birds Part 1


High-Shooting-red-capped-shooterThere’s the delicious story about the tourist who approached Pablo Picasso in a café and asked him to draw something on a napkin and sign his name. Picasso smiled, and, with a flourish, Continue reading The Art of Shooting High Birds Part 1