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Skeet Shooting Video Clips for Download

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How to Shoot Skeet: An Overview
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Skeet was originally a hunting game which became so popular, a competition was held to name it. The word skeet was chosen being the Scandinavian word for shoot. It is a great game in its own right but it is also a fantastic training ground for the sporting clays shooter and also for the upland bird shooter. Each of eight stations is explained in a simple and straightforward manner. Warning: if you watch this clip, you will have a strong urge to get out on the skeet field. COACH: Chris Batha TIME: 2:15

 

How to Shoot Skeet: Explaining the Hoop and Lead Indicators
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For most beginners the concepts of lead and gun hold can be confusing (and overwhelming!). Because of this beginners have a tendency to miss off the line of target flight and by not being able to see the correct lead picture. This clip explains how you can easily improve your scores by placing 4 stacks of clays out on the course and using the shooters view or relative distance between them to determine the proper lead. In addition, imagining the presence of the 18 foot hoop, which is used to calibrate the flight of the target will also be explained. Please note that reference to the stacks or clays and hoop are made throughout all of our skeet clips. COACH: Chris Batha TIME: 1:35

 

How to Shoot Skeet: Station 1
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The first of eight stations, Station 1 is composed of two singles and a pair: The High House straight away and the Low House incoming. This clip explains proper gun hold feet position, and lead picture to maximize your chance of breaking the target. In addition, it shows the most common mistakes which lead to missed targets. COACH: Chris Batha TIME: 2:30

 

How to Shoot Skeet: Station 2
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The second of eight stations, Station 2 is composed of two singles and a pair: The High House quartering target and the Low House incoming-crossing target. This clip explains proper gun hold feet position, and lead picture to maximize your chance of breaking the target. In addition, special care is given explaining how right-handed shooters can improve their chances of breaking the target. COACH: Chris Batha TIME: 3:35

 

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