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?
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
You have a high-volume hunt to Argentina or Bolivia planned, have put a deposit down and are beginning to think about some things you want to take when it hits you. You will be shooting perhaps more than you have ever shot before, and you really should maybe Continue reading Getting Ready For A High Volume Hunt
The 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