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Target Shotgun Skills Course – Saturday 15th June

This one day Target Shotgun Skills Course will provide you with the fundamental skills for taking part in TS events and competitions.

Course Highlights: 

Target Shotgun Classes
Types of firearms
Positional techniques and positional changes: Standing, Kneeling, Sitting and Prone
Weak shoulder shooting
Buckshot patterning
Slug zeroing
Application of fire
Speed shooting
Stoppage drills
Events & Competitions: Gallery Rifle Action Weekends, Target Shotgun League and Phoenix
Clubs

The course involves both classroom and practical range work, with expert coaching from national and international level shooters.

For full details and to enrol, see the specific event page

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