December 2009 Sporting Clays Tip : "The Jerk" : Just Released From The Paragon School of Sporting

Sporting Clays Tips, Clay Target Techniques, Wing Shooting Preparation. The Paragon School of Sporting provides time proven tips to make you a better Sporting Clays, Clay Target, Wingshooting, Skeet, Trap, or recreational shotgun shooter.

Announcing the December 2009 Sporting Clays Tip, released by The Paragon School of Sporting. This months tip discusses your gun mount, finite timeframes, and how to improve your next shot.

Each month The Paragon School of Sporting will provide a new tip to help you improve your recreational or competitive Shotgun Shooting. A Preview of the December 2009 Tip is provided. You can view the full tip by visting the Paragon School website: http://www.paragonschool.com/shooting-tip-12-2009.html

THE JERK

Think about it. Balance a shotgun on a pin. Move the back end --> the front end moves. Hold that thought please.

First -- I ask that we mentally focus on a specific block of time -- when your gun starts moving -- all the way to the trigger pull. During that specific block of time -- using the second hand on your watch -- notice how long 2 seconds is. Now 3 seconds. Now 4. Can we agree that this block of "swing and shot time" usually takes place somewhere between 2 to 4 seconds and -- quite often - sooner? Seems right.

OK -- now look hard at the first 1 to 1.5 seconds -- the very first, critical movement of your gun. What?s happening in that first 1 second? Too often -- the trigger hand is racing up to the face. The fore-end hand isn?t doing much of anything except supporting the gun. Now -- and here?s the important part -- still in that 1st second -- with the trigger hand coming up quickly -- the muzzle can only go one way: down. While that barrel is going down -- the bird is going somewhere else -- isn?t it? It didn?t go down. It went up -- or across -- or away from us. Everywhere but down. In slow motion now -- the stock is now on your cheek but your muzzle took a dirt dive! I call that right hand upward snap "the jerk!"

1st second completed -- we start second number 2. The left hand now has to "correct," by lifting the muzzle up and chase after the target -- wherever it went. With the barrel out of control and hunting for the target -- not only is precious time lost -- the advantage goes to the bird.

Title of my 2nd Book -- To The Target To The Target -- directly. The hands must work in precise harmony -- not allowing the trigger hand to "throw" the muzzle off course. Done correctly -- when the stock touches your face the sight picture is the one you planned and you can finish the shot -- X! No muss, no fuss.

Want to be more consistent? Have your hands work together in your gun mount.

To review the monthly Tips index, please visit:
http://www.paragonschool.com/sporting-clays-tips.html

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Company Name: The Paragon School Of Sp orting
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