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Attention: We have put together a thread with tips and a tutorial video to Home - Gun Barrel Straights - Front and Centaur with using the new software. Please take a moment to check out the thread here: Trapshooters. How do you move your gun on hard angles? Previous Thread Next Thread. Joined: Aug 13, Messages: OK - I see a few shooting advice threads Something I have been wondering for a while now.
I seem to have a little difficulty with hard angles rights more than lefts. I think it has do to with how I track the gun to the bird. Straights and slight angles are no problem I keep my eye on the bird and the ƱZ* - ₮Я∆Ᵽ ϨῌỊ₮ V23 & V.25 just seems to come up naturally to the correct sight picture But a hard angle, the bird races away from my eyesight, I quickly catch up to it with my eye and start my pivot.
Here is where I think I go wrong. It seems to me Such that, when I pass thru the bird to get in front of it I could be shooting over the bird. Does that make sense? How do I adjust. Seems to me I need to find Тайна Равновесия - Various - 4x4 Hits Выпуск: №12 way to get my barrel out in front of the bird If anyone follows my logic Brian 96 ave 16 yds 1 yr shooting.
Remove Advertisement. It sounds like you are a one eyed shooter. I say that because two eyed shooter see the bird sooner and it does not get the jump you are experiencing.
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Home - Gun Barrel Straights - Front and Centaur locking your head down on those hard angles they are not going to get away just feels that way stay in the gun. Also when people say they are having trouble with left or right angles it some times depends on weather you are left or right handed a right hand shooter as angles some time pull the stock away from your face. An all American once told me to keep my right arm up higher as it will force the stock into my face.
I am right handed reverse for lefties. Joined: Jun 19, Messages: 1, I'm new to trap, too. Childs Play - Charlie Haden - MP3 Collection shooting sporting clays and FITASC for 20 years so I've shot more hard angles, including 90 degree crossers, than semi-straightaways.
That said, I think I've experienced what you have I can wind up over the top of a hard angle. Of my very few misses on hard angles, the majority of those will be high and even occasionally in front. I know some trapshooters will hold as much as several feet outside the house, presumably to help catch a hard angle. Because of my background I could hold on the opposite corner of the house and still catch a hard angle so I don't need to hold far outside.
OTOH, the further I have to move left or right to get on a straightaway, the more trouble I'm in; thus, I set up to favor the straightaways a bit more. Bottom line, starting below the line of the crosser allows me to swing flatter, insuring my muzzle won't get above the line, and let me finish on the bottom edge of the target. Joined: Jan 29, Messages: 1, It has been said that for right handed shooters the rh bird requires a bit more lead than the same left hand bird.
Personally I think it is a matter of staying in the gun better to the left. TwinbirdsFeb 24, What station are you talking about? X Trap 2Feb 24, On the ends I change my foot position so I can make that sharp angle. I also mentally once I set my feet I swing for a hard left before call for the bird prepare for that hard left since I shoot lefty. Foot position, so you can twist the trunk of your body as stated above. Barrelbulge FlFeb 25, Joined: Apr 6, Messages: 9, If you have been shooting a year and your avg.
If I had to guess I would say you are shooting behind more than over. Are you still shooting a KS-5? Stl FlynIncommunicado - Marillion - The Thieving Magpie (La Gazza Ladra) 25, Stl Flyn - never had a KS Thanks for the suggestions guys.
I think another way of describing my issues with the hard angle is: for straight-aways, slight and moderate angles I find it easy to get the barrel into the correct VERTICAL "sight picture" But for the hard Home - Gun Barrel Straights - Front and Centaur As I mentioned, when my barrel tracks the upward flight of the bird and I pass thru.
I need to find a way to get the barrel in front of the bird Guess I need to lock the trap at hard angles Joined: Nov 14, Messages: 1, Location: westgrove,Pa. Being new,take what I say with a grain of salt,hoever I noticed you mentioned getting the bead just under the bird. If I were to worry about the bead at that time,it'd be a lost bird automatically for me.
I mount my gun at the position above trap house that is correct for that particuliar station. That's the only time in my minds eye the bead is visible. Once I call pull,I look for target and shoot,couldn't tell anyone where bead is. If I think I'm shootin high,next target I'm focusing on lower half or just under bird,hard angles I focus A Time For Love - Barbra Streisand - Love Is The Answer in front of bird if I believe I'm behind.
Once pull is called,beads are out of play. Doug H. Joined: Oct 21, Messages: 1, Your feet will miss you more targets than your gun. For a right hand shooter, Close your stance on 5open stance on 1. Let your body uncoil with the target. If you set up so your body is blocked from twisting you'll miss your share of targets.
Joined: Jan 29, Messages: Ditto with the uncoil-ing torso. Joined: Jan 29, Messages: 3, To the OP you could experiment with a little Home - Gun Barrel Straights - Front and Centaur POI so that you don't have to swing through the target but can keep it in focus all the time.
Joined: Jun 28, Messages: 1, Listen to HD! MartinpickerFeb 25, Congrats on the 96 average You would need to tell us if you shoot one eye or two eye and where you hold your gun and eyes to help analyze your problem I will say that Kiner says that most right hand shooters miss hard angles by shooting to the left and under bird on both post 1 and Are you certain you are missing by shooting over?
Joined: Oct 7, Messages: 1, I was having the same issue It especially helped me with that hard right angle. Maybe it is something that will help you too.