In this National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) video, Gil Ash of OSP Shooting School explains how to “slow down” clay targets and birds by understanding the concept of relative velocity.
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Shooting your firearms in rain, sleet, snow, or extreme heat presents many challenges. A professional marksman shares some preparation tips.
Many new gun owners or first-time buyers make their final decision on a self-defense pistol due to the integrated laser. Guns like the S&W Bodyguard and Ruger LCP are popular. There are quite a few different schools of thought on the usefulness of pistol lasers. In “Pistol Lasers,” the author explores the differences between Crimson Trace, LaserMax and LaserLyte laser aiming systems, as well as discusses the benefits of using a laser for training.
Add a LaserLyte to your AR-15 and you have the perfect combination for practice and accurate shooting: it reduces costs and increases safety. A definite win-win. Check out the details in this article.
Want free shotgun-shooting instruction? We’ve provided a link to a playlist of 25 YouTube videos featuring shotgun-shooting instructor Gil Ash, owner of OSP Shooting School — everything from how to carry a shotgun to how to break chandelles.
As a firearms trainer, Mike Seeklander realizes there are a handful of simple concepts about firearms training that shooters often don’t know or understand. Read this article to learn what you may not know about firearms training concepts.
The Winchester Train and Defend ammo line is the perfect way to practice well and defend yourself since you’re using the same basic ammo. Read this post for details about how to use this line to be the best shooter you can be.
Women are the fastest growing group of consumers for firearms. During the last two decades, women’s views about shooting have changed for the better, partially because of successful programs, such as Becoming an Outdoors-Woman, which has made tremendous strides educating women about traditional outdoor sports.
Where would you be without goals? Every successful competition shooter sets goals while training and practicing, as well as any athlete. To be a better shooter, you must set yourself a specific goal and figure out the ways to reach it. Psychologists say that even the act of attempting to achieve a goal makes us happier people—not to mention a better shot! If you feel like you have stagnated, gotten bored and that shooting isn’t fun anymore, why not set a new goal for your shooting? In this article, I will guide you through the steps to setting a goal.
Data On Previous Engagements, or D.O.P.E., is the key to improving your long-range rifle shooting. Watch this video to learn what information to gather and how to make it handy enough to access under any shooting conditions.