Really, who doesn’t want to score higher when shooting sporting clays, trap and skeet? Doing so, however, can be a matter of knowing where and when to squeeze the trigger. Gil Ash of Texas-based Optimum Shotgun Performance Shooting School breaks down how to analyze the flight path of sporting clays in this video. Ash’s pointers are part of series produced by the National Shooting Sports Foundation and if applied correctly will have you busting more blue rock in no time.
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