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Nikki Boxler

Seven Benefits to Shooting Clays Birds This Summer


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7.) Master the follow through. Swinging through your shot may sound easy, but it’s harder than you might think. While aiming at a moving target, your body will naturally want to stop the swing while pulling the trigger resulting in a miss. Shooting clay birds will help you learn to lead your target and continue […]

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Winchester Unveils Updated Retail Outlet for ACUI Collegiate Championships


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For a full list of winners, click here. Outside of the awesome shooting action, one of the biggest attractions and biggest surprises of the event was the revamped Winchester retail outlet. Winchester has leased the space and had a brick and mortar store at the National Shooting Complex for more than 25 years, but in […]

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Summertime Fun – Tips to Help You Bust More Clays


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  Crossing Shots Whether it’s aerially wobbling doves or rocket-fast ducks when hunting, crossing shots at winged creatures, as well as clays, are among the most challenging, a.k.a. frustrating, for shooters to master. Don’t obsess over lead as many shotgunners tend to do. Instead, learn to swing through the target. More specifically, keep your eyes […]

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Bust More Clays, Shoot More Birds


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  1. Find a Shotgun That Fits—Most shotguns are made to fit the average-sized shooter as far as length of pull, drop and cast are concerned. To find out what size gun fits you best, meet with a gun fitter at a high end gun shop or a local shooting coach, who can use an adjustable […]

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Bust More Clays – Tips from a 6-Time Olympic Medalist, Kim Rhode


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  1. Check to See Which Eye is Dominant — Before ever picking up a firearm, determine whether you are left- or right-eye dominant. You can do this by overlapping your hands, thumbs extended, to form a small opening. Look at a distant object through the opening with both eyes open, and continuing to focus […]

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