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Happy Clinic Student - OSP Method Works!

Author: Brian Ash
Posted on October 23, 2018

Brian,Proof that your instruction has paid off for me in a big way.    We were using 12 gauge #4 shot with a speed rating of 1330 feet per second.  I count 16 frames between the time of the first shot and the first visible reaction of the bird (disturbance of his flight pattern).  Knowing that the video is capturing this at 100 frames per second, when I “do the math” on a spreadsheet I calculate that this bird ... Read more…

Novice Clinics - OSP Field Houston Texas!

Author: Brian Ash
Posted on October 16, 2018

I teach novice clinics once a month, usually the 2nd weekend, at our home field in Houston, Texas.  BOY, have they taken off.  It’s a great way to get started shooting a shotgun the correct way by building good habits rather than having to relearn them later. Students are so happy when they leave! They are comfortable with the gun and have specific practice drills to work on to improve their shooting.  Most sho... Read more…

Keep it Simple!

Author: Brian Ash
Posted on October 2, 2018

It baffles me how complicated people make this game. Why can’t it be simple like 3 o’clock and 9 o’clock, same speed at the end. Had a guy yesterday that would call pull and as soon as he saw the target he would jump 30 yards out in front and pull the trigger. After he continued this for a couple of shots, I stepped in and put my hand on the gun and we shot a couple together. He figured out that all of the conversa... Read more…

Clear the Mechanism

Author: Brian Ash
Posted on September 25, 2018

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V8x-o1V1OYIhttps://I thought about this after the September Coaching Hour.  Pretty much sums it up! Read more…

I was at a shoot last ...

Author: Brian Ash
Posted on September 19, 2018

I was at a shoot last Tuesday and  hadn’t shot my gun in months. I shot great!  I think i missed 7 targets. I discovered I need to work on teal targets on the way up. LOL. And for some reason, I have the rabbit blues. I was most proud that I broke every last pair on all 12 stations. Read more…