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Old October 31, 2008, 10:59 PM   #1
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November Sporting Clays Tip Now Online

November Sporting Clays Shooting Tip from The Paragon School of Sporting

Once again The Paragon School of Sporting has released a monthly shooting tip for your perusal. Without further adue.. an intro and link to this month's tip....

Choose Wisely....
November 2008 Shooting Tip

As you would expect, I field a lot of questions about shooting methods. Which is best, where and why. 30 years of sporting and watching literally millions of targets from behind the trigger has taught me this.

No one shooting method is best for all targets. The wide diversity of target presentations in sporting clays strongly suggests we have more than one shooting method in our skill inventory.

For instance, what method would you use on a fast, left to right, 40 yard crossing target off a tower? Well for starters, what breakpoint have you chosen on this bird? An early breakpoint will likely mean the speed of the bird is up, requiring a suitable lead. Midway through the flight the bird speed has slowed, changing the lead. Eventually running out of speed the bird is still a crosser, but the lead has again changed. Finally, the bird begins its descent creating another new lead picture altogether. And that picture might change 2 or 3 more times depending upon how far the bird has to fall. 1 target, 6 possible breakpoints. The odds are high the shooting method you used on the first two breakpoints won’t be the same method you would use on the last two breakpoints.........

The Full Tip can be found here: http://www.paragonschool.com/sportin...p-11-2008.html



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