- The 2023 Skeet Year is here.
- Now is a good time to update your gear. Check your shooting glasses. Do you need to replace your lenses? Have your eyes checked, if you haven't done that recently.
- Start a training regimen that includes upper body fitness workouts.
- Vary your practice routines instead of just going out and shooting repetitive rounds of skeet. For example: Shoot one box of nothing but incomers, another box of nothing but out-goers, then a box or two of regular skeet. Don't forget the doubles game.
- Be happy with YOUR shooting style. Everyone has his/her way of shooting. Don't succumb to the always well-intentioned, but sometimes detrimental suggestions given by your shooting buddies. Find your way of doing the basics and focus on bettering your techniques than being distracted by trying a "magic bullet".
- Do you need to make changes to YOUR shooting style? Our bodies and reflexes change as we age. Are you missing the "easy" targets? You may need to adjust your "look points" and your "hold points" to compensate for the fact that you don't react like you used to.
- Stay Safe and Shoot well!
Skeet by Scooler
Instructor since 1996. Over 2000 hours certifiable instruction, Over 250 clients.
Level III National Skeet Shooting Association (NSSA) Certified Instructor. Authorized Instructor, San Antonio Gun Club (SAGC) and NSSA National Shooting Complex.
Class AA competitive skeet shooter with over 150,000 lifetime targets.
NSSA All-American- 2007,2008,2010. 2004 Texas Skeet Shooting Association (TSSA) Senior All-State Team, 2005-2008 TSSA Retired Military All-State Team.
Life Member NSSA, TSSA, San Antonio Gun Club (SAGC), Former Director, TSSA, Past President, Markham Skeet & Trap Club, Ft. Lauderdale, FL Director, San Antonio Gun Club.
Insured. Individual and Group Instruction. Guns available for instruction. Will travel.
Contact me at (210) 269-9070 or Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org