Stance & Grip for High Tower Targets – Hands Together, Feet Together


Gil Ash of OSP Shooting School demonstrates how many people experience difficulty when shooting high tower targets and offers a solution that will help you break more of these high-flying clays. Here’s a hint: hands together, feet together. Now you’ll have to watch the video to find out what that means.

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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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