The October issue of Clay Target Nation is packed with event coverage and some unique shooting tips and gunfitting advice.
First up, in Training Tips, instructor John Shima wants to know if you’ve got a resilience toolkit to help you manage when things get challenging. On the sporting clays side, Clayton Rue borrows a phrase from Albert Einstein when he reminds us that you’ve got to know the rules (the foundation) of the game and then play it better than anyone else.
Do you find yourself canting your gun? Gunfitting specialist Don Currie examines why that might be a problem with your gun fits you and suggests some solutions in a special article. Meanwhile, author Randy Lawrence interviews the behind-the-scenes folks who help pull off the National Sporting Clays Championship about exactly how much time, effort and resources it takes to run the big show.
We have plenty of event coverage this issue. On the skeet side, you’ll find wrap-ups of each of the seven Zone Championships, coverage of the Southwest Classic, and an article on the Northbrook Skeet Classic. Sporting clays shooters will want to check out our coverage of the Northeast and North Central Regionals.
Advertisers in the October issue are:
- Atlas Traps
- Caesar Guerini
- Carlson Sporting Arms
- Champion Target
- Clay Shooters Supply
- Michigan Shooting Centers
- National Wild Turkey Federation
- Negrini Cases
- Pacific Sporting Arms
- Paxton Arms
- Robert Louis Company
- Safari Club International (SCI)
- Shooting Sports Foundation (SSSF)
- Sportsman’s Insurance Agency, Inc. (SIAI)
- Sunrise Productions
- Swan Land Company
- Teague Chokes
- White Flyer
- Wrapid Comb
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