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Melissa Bachman

HOW SUMMER CLAYS WILL HELP YOU BECOME A BETTER WING-SHOOTER THIS FALL


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When it comes to planning and preparing for fall hunts there are many ways to accomplish this. You want to ensure your gear is in tip top condition, your guns are sighted in, and that you’ve spent sufficient time at the range shooting. One thing many people forget about is practicing for wing-shooting! I shoot […]

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TIPS FOR BREAKING MORE CLAYS


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Whether you are in the mid-summer swing of sporting clays or skeet shooting competition or preparing to get warmed up for fall bird seasons, improving your shotguns skills are crucial. Follow these tips for improving your game on the course or in the field. Develop a Consistent Mount – This is something you can practice […]

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The Winchester AA – America’s Clay Shooting Favorite for More Than 50 Years


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With the warmer weather of spring soon upon us, cooped up sportsmen are going to be more than ready to head outdoors for a little shooting fun. And when it comes to recreational shooting, the shotgun sports—sporting clays, skeet, trap and similar games—are a true American favorite. With so many people involved in shooting shotguns […]

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