Accepting the variability swing to swing and shot to shot was a huge understanding for me as a shooter and as a coach! Knowing that I can’t make the same perfect move mount and shot every time I call pull, allows for me to let my subconscious take care of set up and when and how the mount is completed. This keeps it out of my visualization and does not allow for it to clutter it up with things that don’t need to be there. Continue reading Shotgun Tips – Trying To Do The Same Thing
“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!
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…
Our seminars were a huge hit at Convention this year thanks to the huge crowds who came and asked questions and got involved in the real causes for their good and not so good performances in the field. It seems that no matter how many times we talk about sight picture and practicing gun mount until it is consistent without even thinking about it, people are still amazed when we talk about where your eyes are when shooting a shotgun. This is the most misunderstood part of wingshooting and, due to that misunderstanding, few practice sight picture because they don’t know what or how to practice. Continue reading Shotgun Tips & Tricks – Consistency Is Key