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"How to Practice and Understanding the Move" by Gil and Vicki Ash
This programme shows the fundamentals of the OSP school method, the vital foundation stones of good technique.
Innovative filming includes a unique 'target's eye view' of the proper mount and swing.
"14 Tips to Better Shotgunning" by Gil and Vicki Ash
This DVD is a little different to the normal 'how to' programme in offering lots of specific tips and hints rather than starting at the very beginning.
These are just some of the topics covered:
– What are the 6 most common causes of missing?
– When should you shoot with a pre-mounted gun and why?
– How to pattern your gun for perfect fit
– Techniques to slow the target down
"Strategy and How to Play the Game" by Gil and Vicki Ash
Another in the Gil and Vicki Ash series - this one concentrating on course management rather than how to break specific targets. They show you how to view targets and how to create a strategy to break pairs in competition.
Learn how to minimise risk through efficient gun movement, pick break points and avoid being rushed. Discover the secret of eye movement when shooting pairs and how to avoid the 'blind spot'.
Concentrating on applying existing skills to the competition environment, this is an excellent programme for those hoping to progress through the classes.
"Choke Selection made Simple" by Gil and Vicki Ash
This DVD tackles the thorny subject of which choke to use on which targets, based not only on their own years of shooting experience, but also on the millions of shots they have witnessed as professional coaches.
The programme discusses all the variables that must be taken into account to determine choke and load selection for each shot and sets out to take the myth and mystery out of the subject.
As ever with the Ash team it combines logic and common sense with a dash of humour to what can be a difficult subject, making it both entertaining and informative.
"Winning with the Fundamentals in Skeet" by Todd Bender
Todd Bender has maintained a position on top of the skeet world for three decades.
He is the first shooter to record three back-to-back 400x400's, and the only shooter to record three perfect seasons, 1200x1200 with the 20 gauge in 1987, 1550x1550, 12 gauge in 1991, and 1600x1600 with the 20 gauge in 2000.
He holds the highest average in skeet history, .9972 HOA Average on 5750 targets in 1991.
Named the first Master Instructor for the National Skeet Shooting Association, and is an Honorary Fellow in England's Institute of Clay Shooting Instructors, Todd is recognized as the leading authority in shooting instruction.
"Winning with the Fundamentals," continues Todd's best selling series of instructional videos, utilizing his solid fundamentals, new and updated information, along with Sunrise Production's "Eye-cam", combined to give you and your game the edge that is needed to win..
"Shot Analysis For Skeet" by Todd Bender
This new title is the logical extension to Todd Bender's best selling series of DVDs on skeet shooting.
The first two titles in the series were instructional in nature and now Todd takes the next step, giving the viewer direction in how to self-diagnose their game.
It starts by looking at a methodology of how to analyse shots, make assessments of faults, and take the appropriate action.
This DVD will improve your ability to recognize and solve problems in your game and for others. Learn the hows and whys of particular mistakes, and how to correct them.
It concludes with an overview of coaching and how to pass good information on to others.
Todd Bender is the "coaches' coach". He has taught clay target shooting worldwide for over 25 years.
He was the first Master Instructor for the National Skeet Shooting Association, is a certified Clay Pigeon Shooting Association coach, and is an Honorary Fellow of the Institute of Clay Shooting Instructors.
This DVD is highly recommended for anyone seeking to shoot skeet at the top level or for those with ambitions to teach.
"Bill McGuire's Focus and Fire" by Bill McGuire
This DVD features Bill McGuire, one of America's top coaches and the man who famously beat George Digweed in the American leg of the Triple Classic.
Bill teaches and uses a 'virtually pre-mounted' style and majors on efficient use of the hands and eyes.
With the best Eye-Cam footage yet, it shows clearly the benefits of economy of movement in achieving consistency – the hallmark of many modern champions.
"Wingshooting: Putting More Birds in Your Bag" with Bruce Scott and Marty Fischer
Learn how to hit dove, wild pigeon, Hungarian and red-leg partridge, duck, geese, ptarmigan, quail, and pheasant.
After years in the making, this comprehensive video designed to teach you how to hit birds is now available.
Not necessarily how to hunt them, but specifically how to hit them.
Join professional wingshooters and instructors, Bruce Scott and Marty Fischer, hosts of the popular Shotgun Journal television series as they teach you the finer points of wingshooting.
Here's what you'll learn:
– Choosing guns and loads
– Gun fit and gun mount
– Foot and body position
– Understanding lead pictures
– How to use your vision
– How to fit flushing birds
– How to hit decoying birds
– How to hit passing birds
See what the shooter sees down the gun barrel, through Sunrise Productions' exclusive "Eye-Cam," a revolutionary wingshooting teaching tool
"Shotgun Coaching from Argentina" with John Woolley
"Shotgun Coaching from Argentina" is a high-quality video that teaches the concepts of the full range of shooting techniques.
Use this video to sharpen your skills and discover new methods for focusing on your target.
Learn why your stance always affects your move and mount sequence.
Find out how correct hand positioning facilitates a clean smooth gun mount.
The depth of this video makes it perfect for those who have been shooting for years.
But the scope of the video makes it also perfect for those who are just starting out.
"Mastering the Double Gun" by Chris Batha
Learn to follow your instincts with Chris Batha, Chief Instructor and Gunfitter for Churchill Gunmakers and Bruce Scott of the Shotgun Journal.
Their combination of classic wingshooting techniques and proven clay - busting tips is packed with technical and practical information.
Churchill and Stansbury styles plus the three major techniques are demonstrated with the "EYE CAM" on the layouts, high towers and grouse butts of the Churchill Shooting Grounds, London, England.
If you are serious about improving your individual style and skill level, don't miss "Mastering the Double Gun". For the Wing Shooter who shoots clays, for the Clay Shooter who hunts.
Every missed shot, no matter your experience, is caused by a breakdown in the fundamentals.
Mastering these fundamentals is the secret to straight shooting. Once learned, they can be built upon by the individual to develop his or her own personal style.
This new video is not about how Chris and Bruce shoot, or anyone else, but a distillation of the lessons learned from over thirty years of instruction in wing and clay shooting worldwide and a lifelong passion for fine guns.
Learn to follow your "instincts" with this unique approach to shooting excellence.
"Read The Line" with Peter Blakeley
Successful shotgunning is a skill that must be learned like any other skill.
It requires systematic study and the ability to accurately evaluate the variables of moving targets.
Few of us are born with the natural ability to accurately calculate the amount of forward allowance needed to hit Sporting Clay targets consistently; the infinite combinations of variables are too complex.
We may have the mechanical skills, but if we don't get a good "read" on the line of the target, the wheels come off.
Peter Blakeley, shooting coach at the Dallas Gun Club probably gives more shooting lessons than any other shooting coach in the country.
Over the years he has perfected a method of teaching students how to understand the five things we must consider when shooting a moving target. These are; speed, distance, angle, trajectory and where we intend to shoot the target on trajectory.
This is what this video is about, a logical and intuitive way to evaluate each of these five things and apply it to each target. Of course, eventually you need to trust this accumulation of knowledge, and more importantly, Pull the trigger when the picture looks right to you. In other words, read the line, feel the lead.
"Hitting The Hard Shots" by Gary Phillips
Silver medal winner Gary Phillips and national ladies champion Katy Skahill team up to show you the winning techniques required in sporting clays.
A gun mounted camera will give you a clear demonstration on hold points, leads, and how to move your gun.
Look down the barrel of a champion shooter as he shoots eleven difficult targets: four high tower shots, battues, teal and rabbits, targets from the left, right, rising and falling.
Great production techniques and excellent instruction.
"Out in Front" by Doug Fuller
Doug Fuller is one of the top Sporting Clays shooters in the country and is nothing short of outstanding when it comes to shooting the small guages.
Doug describes his shooting method as primarily sustained lead.
He always tries to keep his gun in front of target. Doug believes sustained lead is the easiest method of shooting to learn and is essential on close fast targets.
Even if you shoot pass through or pull away, you need to learn the sustained lead method.
Doug describes how he shoots each station and gives you many pointers on how you too can improve your shooting skills.