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Sporting Clays Tip – Teal Targets

OSP Shooting School’s Gil Ash explains how he approaches springing teal targets that are often found on a sporting clays course. Learn the proper hold point, focal point, and break point to improve your consistency and take the mystery out of these used-to-be-hard-to-hit targets.

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Introducing the All-New ‘Where To Shoot’ for iOS and Android; Find Ranges Near You

NEWTOWN, Conn. — Looking for a place to shoot? There’s a new-and-improved app for that. The National Shooting Sports Foundation® (NSSF®) has released an all-new Where To Shoot mobile app — available for iPhone, iPad and Android devices — that locates shooting ranges near you. Available for free in the Apple App Store and Google Play, Where To Shoot puts ...

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10 Reasons to Invite a Newcomer to Hunt and Shoot

NEWTOWN, Conn. — Before the weather turns uninviting and schedules fill up with holiday obligations, the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) reminds experienced hunters and shooters that autumn is a great time of year to invite a newcomer, whether a youth or adult, to experience the rewards of hunting and target shooting. Being outdoors in the crisp air and enjoying ...

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Setting Up Your Shotgun For Sporting Clays

Sporting clays is a refreshing change from the predictability of skeet and the limited variability that the game of trap offers (44 degrees side to side, 5 set positions, 8-12 foot throw height, 16 yd line, etc). Don’t get me wrong, I enjoy shooting Skeet and Trap, it’s just nice having something totally different to challenge my shooting ability – ...

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