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Focus on Target - Shotgun World

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on March 24, 2020

I have 95 % to 98% of my focus....awareness....attention....thought......intent on the target and enough awareness of the muzzle to know the target is behind where it pointed and than the muzzle speed is the same as the targets speed. That’s when I send the shot. When I have been shooting a lot such as the three weeks before our advanced classes in late February and March after about 1500 rounds what I see when t... Read more…


Author: Gil Ash
Posted on March 17, 2020

The secret of change is to focus all of your energy, not in fighting the old but on building the new!  Many people would learn from their mistakes if they would stop making excuses!  Quote of today,”More people would learn from their mistakes if they weren’t so busy denying them!”  If you don’t believe in anything you will fall for everything.   Today I will do what others won’t so Tomorrow I can acc... Read more…

50/50 Flat Shooting Gun

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on March 10, 2020

A Range owner in North Carolina shot my gun and instantly wanted me to cut his Guerini so it would fit and shoot like mine so he sent it to me and I cut it to fit me and sent it back and he has had the same result and everyone he shows it to is amazed and how well they shoot it and how well it fits everyone he shares it with.   Said all this to say this to you. Rarely will anyone pick up a factory gun that will... Read more…

Sight Picture Makes So Much Sense

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on March 3, 2020

The biggest common reaction to shooting a flat shooting gun is their pictures are reciprocal on left to right and right to left targets and the sight pictures make so much sense!!  Shot with a shooter yesterday that had a Beretta 680 12ga with Briley screw chokes that was too short and the comb was too high who at his first lesson shot my gun after he understood what he should see when pulling the trigger and i... Read more…

Rib Height and Gun Fit - Shotgun World

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on February 25, 2020

 Rib height has little to do with how well you will shoot one gun over another.  In the end it is the relationship between the rib height and the shape and height of the comb and where your cheek softly and comfortably touches the comb.  Most shooters are wrestling with trying to fit their bodies to factory stocks that are made to fit a male that is 6’ and weights 190#! We have learned several things about... Read more…