Gil Ash of the OSP Shooting School explains how to get a better focus on clay targets by sliding your eyes.
If you have ever been to the clays stand and found yourself missing more often than not, and leaving a pile up clays before you only broken by gravity, then odds are you may have an issue with the way you are laying your shot.
Gil, an NSCA Level III certified instructor who has taught thousands of people all around the world to bust feathered and clay targets since 1984– even spending a stint as an instructor for the legendary Holland & Holland Shooting School of England, has it down to a science.
Particularly, a science of sliding your eyes.
Pay attention and see if you can bust some more long incomers next time at the tower.