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Finally, It’s A Happening Thing!

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on May 7, 2014

September is the transition month.  Dove season kicks off in the north and central zone on the first.  Early Teal season begins on the 18th and south zone dove season begins on the 24th, finally.  The first cool front usually pushes through around mid month and begins to break the summer heat, finally!     If you are fortunate enough to have a place to hunt doves in the north or central zone, you can use that as a warm... Read more…

If I was Takin’ a Kid Turkey Hunting

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on May 7, 2014

It’s March, winter is leaving and spring is coming.  It seems only a short time ago Vicki & I were shooting doves in September.  It certainly doesn’t seem like 7 months have gone by since then.  The last excuse for taking to the woods is coming up.  Spring turkey season is just around the corner.     With spring comes a freshness in the outdoors that is invigorating.  The wild flowers are blooming.  The woods are alive... Read more…

Perfecting the Crossing Move

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on May 7, 2014

Last issue we talked about how to get ready for hunting season or a wing shooting trip by practicing you mount with the OSP Flashlight Drill.  We were concentrating on what we call the quartering move.  That would be the move you would use on flushing game such as quail, grouse, pheasants, chucker and the like.  This issue we are going to tackle the crossing move.  This is the move that gives the greatest majority of w... Read more…

Dear Gil & Vicki Blog

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on April 21, 2014

Dear Gil And VickiI have been getting a lot of good information from the Knowledge Vault. I have listened to all the Coaching Hours back to Jan 2013 and looked at the videos and animations. The ShotKam videos are incredible and the ShotKam Kill Shot Review is an incredible tool to really understand what it really looks like when you are moving with the target. Just by reviewing all this stuff my practices are awesome! ... Read more…

The subject of perceived lead

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on April 14, 2014

Gil’s blog…..the subject of perceived lead….The subject of perceived lead continues to come up in the forums we post to…..this is my most recent post and encompasses personal experiences with longer barrels….thought you might enjoy the perspective……and the analogies….. it is what it is…..it becomes what you make it….when switching to shorter barrels for hunting take care and go out and shoot the gun so the brain can ma... Read more…