Tag Archives: Shotgun training

Shotgun Tips – Lessons from the Dove Fields

Mourning-dove-in-flight040214On a recent high volume dove safari to La Zenaida Lodge just out of Cordoba, Argentina, all in our group learned several lessons and we felt eager to share them with our Continue reading Shotgun Tips – Lessons from the Dove Fields

Shotgunning – Accessing the Anticipation Circuit

The OSP Flashlight Drill is the quickest way to learn to move and mount the gun and we have a new version of it.
The OSP Flashlight Drill is the quickest way to learn to move and mount the gun and we have a new version of it.

At a recent clinic, Vicki said, “Since you are going to have to learn to know where the gun is pointed without looking at it eventually, then why not learn that from the beginning? Shooters who shoot with a mounted gun must look at the gun to know where it is pointed, but shooters who can move and mount the gun always know where the gun is pointed without looking at it, and become safer and more proficient shooters, sooner!” Continue reading Shotgunning – Accessing the Anticipation Circuit

Shotgunning – Perception vs. Reality

MA13-Shotgun-DSC_0801Shooting a shotgun at a moving object is not a simple thing and is really just about the most confusing thing visually that one could try to do and there are thousands of shooters out there struggling with what it really looks like when you shoot a shotgun at a moving object. Vicki calls that “Cash Flow” and we continue to be surprised at the perceptions that shooters from all over the world have when they are trying to hit a moving object and all of these perceptions are centered Continue reading Shotgunning – Perception vs. Reality

Shotgun Tips & Techniques

Learning to shootAs we write this we are returning from Phoenix and what a great time was had by all at Ben Avery and if you ever find yourself in Phoenix in the wintertime make Ben Avery a stop on your journey and tell Dan Twitchell we said hey. Dan runs a first class operation and we had a ball shooting both of his courses and teaching 29 shooters, 11 of which came for two days, over a four-day period. Without exception, the ones who could afford it and came for two days were glad they did on the second day at about 10 am. What a dramatic turn around in their shooting and it Continue reading Shotgun Tips & Techniques