Recent Posts

Eye a Little Higher Over the Rib

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on December 11, 2017

If I were a shooter that mounted the gun and looked down the barrel chasing the target trying to fix the shot at the end or shot pull away trying to fix the shot at the end or shot trap I would want to have my eye a little higher over the rib so I could see the bird better!  Read more…

Consistent Transitions

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on December 4, 2017

Slight cheek pressure yields much more consistent transitions between the first and second target on a pair!  Read more…

Slight Cheek Pressure

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on November 27, 2017

Slight cheek pressure yields several things.... a consistent 50/50 pattern AT ALL DISTANCES...easier and more consistent mount ... consistent results at close and distant targets and reciprocal sight pictures!!!!  Read more…

Cheek Pressure

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on November 20, 2017

The more cheek pressure you must apply to make the gun shoot where you look the more perfect the gun mount must be and the harder the gun will be to mount consistently and the more you will have a tendency to look down the barrel to make sure it is mounted correctly.  Read more…

Mounting Pressure

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on November 13, 2017

Shooters rarely mount the gun while shooting it with as much pressure as they do when mounting the gun in the show room or their garage. Read more…