Photographer: Peter F. Blakeley
Format :Hardcover, 305 pages, Color & B/W photography
Dimensions : 9.0 x 6.30 inches
Successful shotgunning isn't an inherent trait, it is a skill and it must be learned like any other skill and this is the perfect shooting accessory
to help teach this trait. It requires systematic study and the ability to accurately calculate the variables of moving targets. My coaching methods involve an intuitive technique that is based on pure logic and a systematic breakdown of all the variables involved. In this book, you will learn how the experts shoot. Over a period of time they build up a personal mental repertoire of sight pictures, which they can then successfully apply to each target, regardless of whether it is a quail, dove, duck or clay target. They then have the ability to see a subtle but consequential target/barrel relationship on every shot and adjust to each different shooting situation. Features:Shooting techniques from 40 years of shooting experience & for 25 years as an instructorSporting clays, skeet shooting and upland gameHow to evaluate variables that affect shooting and how to work with themChoosing a gun, gun fit, and diagnosing eye dominance coveredCovers history and includes a 4 page color insert with examples of fine gunsIncludes important review of gun safety and etiquette, cleaning and maintenanceAbout the Author:
Peter Blakeley is the resident shooting coach at one of the finest shooting facilities in the world, the Dallas Gun Club in Texas. Before coming to the US, he was the instructor at Annandale Shooting Ground, on the Earl of Annandales Estate in South West Scotland, an area that boasts some of the best grouse, pheasant and bird hunting in the world. Over the last 27 years his innovative coaching methods have taught thousands of shotgunners how to improve their game.