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Gil and Vicki host a regular column in Sporting Clays Magazine and are featured often in a variety of shooting publications. Here are a few articles on common issues to help you understand and improve your shooting performance.

Index Of Available Articles:

  • Understanding Eyes
      - Eye Dominance
      - 2 Eyes or 1
      - How Your Eyes Work
      - Second Bird on a Pair
      - Left Eyed and Right Handed
      - Getting Ahead of the Target
      - Good Bird Hunters Aren't Necessarily Good Clay Shooters
      - Eye Dominance 2
      - Eyes First Then the Gun
      - Why do the Women Shooters Always Score 10-20 Fewer Birds Than the Men?
      - Others tell me that I am stopping. How do I get myself to not stop the gun?
      - Right-handed and Left Eye Dominant
      - One Eye or Two Eyes Open?
      - Quartering Targets
      - Ladies...3 Feet in Front of the Bird
      - Using Your Eyes Properly
      - Any Hope for a Shooter Shooting with the Left Eye Closed?

  Tempo Move Mount
      - Viewing Change in Your Shooting
      - Conscious Awareness of the Gun
      - When to Take a Shooting Lesson? When Your Scores Plateau.
      - Simple Mechanics
      - Follow Through--Excess Creates Risk
      - Avoiding the Death Grip on the Gun
      - Practice Routine
      - #1 Reason for Missing Sporting Targets
      - Increasing your Level of Performance is a Result of Awareness, Choice & Trust
      - 70/28 Rule
      - Relax
      - Shoot Better and Hit More
      - That !!! Rabbit
      - Instinctive Shooting
      - Running with the Bird
      - The “Dreaded Phlinch”

  • Performance
      - It's OK to be Early
      - Shooting Glasses Do Help
      - Why Do I Shoot Sporting Clays?
      - Changing Leads Vs. Chokes
      - Defining Success
      - Attitude Toward Winning
      - Comment Vs. Commitment
      - Desire and Winning
      - Getting Ready for Sporting Clays Season

  • Routine
      - Preshot routine for wing shooting?
      - The Pitfalls of Unsolicited Help
      - Expectations on Tournament Day
      - How to Stay Focused for 10 Shots
      - Staying Focused
      - Foot Position
      - Etiquette...How do I handle lots of "help" from others in my squad when I'm in a shooting stand?
      - Consistency
      - Fear of Failure
      - What Should I Expect from a Shooting Lesson
      - I Want to Give my Wife Some Shooting Lessons for Her Birthday
      - Controlling the Future
      - The Search for Consistency
      - Keeping Every Round as Good as the First

  • Visual Speed
      - Bird Barrel Relationship vs. Gun Speed
      - Teal Targets
      - Gun Movement

  • Gun Fit
      - A Question On Gun Fit
      - Make It Ugly to Make It Right
      - Side By Sides
      - Patterning a Gun For Impact
      - Where's My Gun?
      - The Perfect Stance
      - Shooting in the Wintertime

  • Practice
      - Hard Targets -- To Practice or Not to Practice
      - Gun Mount
      - Practicing Your Game
      - What Should I Practice After a Lesson?
      - Practice Routine
      - When to Take a Hunting Shooting Lesson
      - Shooting Hard Targets
      - Have a specific goal in mind when you go to your practice sessions.
      - What is a good age to start a child out shooting?
      - Shooting Great After the Lesson...or Not
      - How to Get the Most Out of a Lesson!
      - Practice for Goose Season: Sit on it!
      - The Differences between Practice and Training

  • Hunting
      - Finally Dove Season
      - Duckin’ and Dovin’ at the 74 Ranch
      - A morning on the Prairie
      - Improving Success on Live Birds
      - A Day With Cadillac Jack
      - FALL IS HERE
      - Quail Hunting
      - Shooting in the Winter Time
      - Don’t Be an April Fool

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"Gil and Vicki Ash have helped me become a better shot. More important, they have helped me enjoy shooting more"
.Phil Bourjaily, Editor of Field & Stream Magazine

"Thank you once again for allowing me to be part of your clinic and for your hospitality. It was an absolute pleasure getting to spend time with both of you, and the lesson has forever changed the way I look at shotgun shooting. I’m sure m readers will be intrigued by what you have to offer. I hope we get the chance to shoot together again in the future because I had a ball. "Focus Pocus" and the rabbit disappears. Too much fun."
Jay Nehrkorn of Illinois Outdoors News

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