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How to Shoot Sporting Clays: An Overview
In the clay target games of trap and skeet, the targets fly a set trajectory and distance. Moreover, the targets themselves are equal in size, weight and even the thickness of paint that is applied. In sporting clays however, the targets can be anything: Any trajectory, any distance, any angle, and this is compounded by the fact that the clays are often out in the open and not projected by a trap or skeet house. This clip shows you the impact of these factors and why each target thrown is essentially a unique presentation. COACH: Chris Batha TIME: 2:20


Essential Equipment
It is very important that you have the proper equipment before heading out on the Sporting Clays course. Some of this equipment is mandatory such as hearing protection and eye protection. Other equipment may not be mandatory but is really essential to insure you break more targets, improve your scores and maximize your enjoyment of the game. This tip offers some suggestions for top of the line equipment which can be considered essential for a successful day on the range. COACH: Chris Batha TIME: 5:38


Indoor Gun Mounting Exercises
When you are out on the Sporting Clays course you are preoccupied with breaking clays and you do not care what your style or form is like. Therefore, the best place to develop good shooting technique is at home with an empty gun and a safe environment. This tip shows the most common mistakes related to gun mounting, how to correct them and how practicing your gun mount indoors can dramatically improve your scores. COACH: Chris Batha TIME: 2:44


Mounting Gun Exercise: Using a Mirror
Another technique you can use to improve your shooting before going out on the Sporting Clays course is to use a mirror to provide visual feedback on your gun mounting technique. This tip discusses and shows proper hand placement and coordination, gun-in-shoulder placement, and the difference between a good and poor gun mount. COACH: Chris Batha TIME: 1:46


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