The Right-to-Left Crossing Target


Gil Ash of OSP Shooting Schools reveals an important concept for shotgun shooters. That is, when shooting a right-to-left crosser a right-handed shooter must look across the shotgun barrel to see the target. The same concept applies to left-handed shooters when shooting a left-to-right crosser. Gil stresses that, “In order to shoot crossers consistently you have to get used to looking at the bird across the barrel.”

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A series of shotgunning tips, featuring OSP Shooting School Instructor Gil Ash, that are sure to help you out on the clay's course as well as in the field.

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