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Clay Shooting Book Recomendations,

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    Looking for a book, to pick up a few  pointers.

    After many years of game shooting.

    I am looking to try Skeet and Sporting.

     Thanks for any advice.

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    Theres loads of stuff on youtube . Try to think of a guys name . Have watched loads of his videos , 

     

    This is him , he does all sorts of clay shooting stuff

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    The only book I used was ‘positive shooting’ by the man with no name. I put it to practice and learned a lot from it in the pre search engine era. Good book, but as others have said, there is now oodles of good stuff on YouTube.

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    As  others have said :

    Breaking Clays by Chris Batha

    Positive Shooting as stated above.

    Not really what you are after but also worth a watch are the CPSA's video 'How to Hit series'. This is ''English Sporting'' orientated but the same rules apply.

     

    Rich

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    I bought Batha’s breaking clays. Found it easy to read but shortly thereafter moved to somewhere I get to shoot much less so I can’t say if had any impact on my shooting (I now shoot much worse than before moving). 

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    There are loads of videos covering most styles of shooting. Watch as many as you can and see what suits you, then watch more from the same person.

    Chris Bathas videos are among the best and helpful to all shooters.

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    John Bidwell's Move Mount Shoot, or his shotgun magic DVD. To me it's the only way of shooting clays that makes sense to me. You need to be in front of it to kill it so why not start in front? 

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