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Author: Vicki Ash
Posted on October 12, 2018

We have been busy teaching a lot of folks that are going on some kind of hunt, some for the first time.  I have had several lessons with folks going to Argentina for the first time and tried to emphasize that they needed to practice with their gun even if they weren’t taking it to use their left arm a lot as that gets the most wear.  I remember the first time we went and I shot 14 boxes in the morning and 14 in t... Read more…

Phoenix is HOT in September!!!

Author: Vicki Ash
Posted on September 17, 2018

Brian and I got away from the rain in Houston and into the heat in Phoenix and I mean the heat.  It was 110 degrees at least each day and we got through it.  Wow it was so hot! But it was a dry heat.  LOL  The take away from this weekend is don’t go to Phoenix in September but we will be going in February 2019.  Check our schedule and come see us.  The biggest AH-Ha was that you don’t look down the barrel but t... Read more…

Bolivia - Pennsylvania - Phoenix!

Author: Vicki Ash
Posted on September 10, 2018

Sorry to be so late with another blog but things have been really busy here.  We went to Bolivia to a beautiful lodge and shot doves and pigeons for 4 days.  Gil had gone last year when I was kid sitting in Oregon and was so impressed that we went this year with a few of our students and friends.  The lodge was wonderful and had a pool, massage room, sauna and hot tube along with a magnificent bar area and huntin... Read more…

Coaching Hour Transcripts Underway, August Travels and More!

Author: Vicki Ash
Posted on August 13, 2018

We, meaning all of us in the office plus our new editor Nick, are trying to get the rest of the Coaching Hour transcriptions up on the OSP website.  2001-2014 are up and readable but we have many months to go but look at them.  A lot of information is in Coaching Hour from students who have had problems and gotten through them with suggestions on what they did to solve them.  As well as, interviews with top shoot... Read more…

Ashe County Wildlife Club

Author: Vicki Ash
Posted on July 23, 2018

Just finished 3 days at Ashe County in the mountains of North Carolina where the high was 75 degrees, a lot nicer than the 100 degrees in Houston.  This is a new club for us and the reception was great so they asked us to come again next year. They had set up 4 Fitasc Parcors for us to teach on and what a great idea. It was so nice not having to maneuver around the course so we spent the morning at 1 and the ... Read more…