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Joe T

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I am headed to NJ for a pheasant hunt on Friday, so I scheduled time today with my shooting coach- great session:

1. Watch the bird not the gun

2. Remember to follow through

3. Cheek weld to the stock in consistent place

4. Take your time

5.Don’t get twisted- watch your feet

He Ended the session with a request for bird pics- that was confidence building!

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22 minutes ago, Breaking Point said:

Hi Joe,

You and Mike 103 got me to sign up on this site. I never new it existed, I guess I'm too busy at the shooting range all day. 

Great job shooting today, carry it into Friday.

 

Mike C

lol!  Did I miss any of your takeaways? Thanks for a great session!

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43 minutes ago, Breaking Point said:

Hi Joe,

You and Mike 103 got me to sign up on this site. I never new it existed, I guess I'm too busy at the shooting range all day. 

Great job shooting today, carry it into Friday.

 

Mike C

Hi Mike, where do you give the shooting lessons?  

 

Welcome to the site! 

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17 minutes ago, mowin said:

Welcome to the site @Breaking Point.  Username makes perfect sense. 

Thanks mowin,

I named by business Breaking Point Shooting Instruction so people remember to shoot the target at the break point. A little mental reinforcement along with subliminal advertising. Lol

 

Mike C

 

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4 minutes ago, Rusty said:

Welcome to the sire @Breaking Point  You are definitely a welcomed addition!!

We are all looking forward to some pics of Joe with a bird or 3!  Best of luck Joe and keep us posted!     

Thank you Rusty.

The way he was shooting, those birds are in for a world of hurt. He is very dedicated. I can't wait to see his pictures. 

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3 hours ago, Breaking Point said:

Thanks mowin,

I named by business Breaking Point Shooting Instruction so people remember to shoot the target at the break point. A little mental reinforcement along with subliminal advertising. Lol

 

Mike C

 

I used to shoot a lot of trap and skeet 15+ yrs ago.  There was a old timer( can't remember his name) that would consistently shoot 25 in skeet, and half the time shoot from the hip. I remember him saying, shoot for the breaking point. 

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