Most all Clay & Wing shooters desire to shoot better. But for many, shooting mistakes create frustration during competition, in the field, and even during practice sessions. Dan Schindler teaches shooters, from all skill levels, a shooting process that creates more consistency and proficiency by eliminating mistakes both before and during the shot. Each month, Dan provides a new shooting tip to help you be more consistent in the shooting box and on your score sheet. The July 2008 tip has been released to the public: What You Don't See is What You Get Sporting clays is the ultimate test, pitting ourselves against targets down gullies and through trees at countless unknown speeds, angles and distances.
We spend thousands of dollars on equipment, books, videos and training all to master basic, rudimentary skills. Some shooters do, and they have the skills to show for it. But why is it that skills don't always match scores?. To review the full article please visit: http://www.
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Flat Rock, NC 28731
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