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Practice for goose season sit on it

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on May 7, 2014

Getting ready for goose season? Gil offers this practice tip: SIT ON IT!Get a five-gallon bucket, turn it over, and sit on it. Shooting clays while sitting on the bucket is a good simulation for goose shooting. If you can go to a skeet field, set up on station 4, two or three steps in toward station 8. Have someone throw birds to you from the high house and low house. You’ll find that you have about 50% less freedom of... Read more…

SCI Sept Oct 2012

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on May 7, 2014

Last month we talked about shooting doubles and how your eyes must move to the second target before the gun in order for your hands to know where to put the gun.  Well this month we are going to talk about something that is not normally associated with wingshooting or shotgun shooting in general.  It’s the “F” word in shooting a shotgun and it is what causes all those words to be uttered out loud that end in hard conso... Read more…

Useful Hunting Tips

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on May 7, 2014

Karen…this is taken from chapter 16 of the Fix It book pages  97 -104….Photos with cutlines will follow and although they look similar they are very different and sequence is very important…thanks GShooting PairsIf you are as passionate about sporting clays as we are you will find yourself practicing your gun mount at home and practicing single targets at your local course.  Eventually if you are going to enjoy the gam... Read more…

Learning From The Champ

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on May 7, 2014

Well if you hang out at the local sporting club enough eventually the topic of practice will come up and man can you get a tackle box full of different ideas.  Most of these well intended opinions about how to master a game that has as many variables in it as a Chinese fire drill have to do with trying to increase a person’s score.  Score after all is the way we should judge our progress in anything we are attempting t... 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…