One of the things I have learned in my years of skeet shooting is if I ever take up another sport, the first thing I’m going to do is find someone who knows exactly what is going on and start from there. I know in the end I will save myself time, money and lots of frustration. Whether you’re a recreational or competitive shooter, you can improve your game through better information by deciding to take a clinic or seek professional help. Let’s talk about how you should approach such training to maximize the experience.
Defeating Outgoing and Quartering Targets - Part I
High Two and Low Six at Skeet
The most important fundamental in shooting or any hand-eye coordination sport, for that matter, is the focusing of the eyes on the object, in our case the target. Even though it is the most important, it is the least understood and perfected of all components of shooting.