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General Interest: CLAY SHOOTING FOR THE BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE & ADVANCED SHOT - PGDV3BX038

CLAY SHOOTING FOR THE BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE & ADVANCED SHOT - PGDV3BX038

DISC ONE - CLAYSHOOTING FOR THE BEGINNER
When it comes to taking up the sport of clay pigeon shooting it can be a daunting preposition. How do you start? Where do you go? What gun should you use? Not to mention safety, gun-git, cartridges and chokes… it can be a very confusing time! Our advice… get expert tuition, with the help of Rod Brammer: top coach from the Shalden Shooting School in Devon, we have created here an insight into how you too can get started in the sport and to answer many of the questions that will arise along the way. Whether it’s your intention to just shoot a few clays at the local club for fun or to go on more serious competition this DVD will be a helpful reference. You will enjoy Rod’s laid back approach to the way he instructs his pupil Liam Dale and how he instills the basic knowledge and confidence in the novice shot. You will learn the techniques involved in tackling a variety of easier targets and also get an insight into how to conduct yourself on the shooting ground.

DISC TWO - CLAYSHOOTING FOR THE INTERMEDIATE
So, Liam Dale has put into practice the things he learnt in our first programme and is now hitting a respectable percentage of the targets he shoots at. He now understands the importance of safety and a lot of the more technical aspects of the sport. It’s time to return to the Shalden Shooting School in Devon and to get top coach Rod Brammer to take him onto the next level. Rod will be explaining to Liam how to master some of the more tricky targets; one of which porves to be a real tester for our improving shot. Whilst Liam regroups from a difficult target, we catch sight of his wheelchair-bound friend Andy Beadsley, expertly performing on a driven pheasant stand. To introduce his pupil to a little competitive pressure, Rod suggests that Liam should shoot “head to head” with Jacky Coote on the driven grouse stand. Boys against girls… just shows this sport can be enjoyed be everyone. (For those of you who’ve participated in sporting shooting for a while, you will no doubt recognise the voice of that great character Chris Craddock who adds his expert comment to their performances but who has sadly passed away since this programme was filmed). In preparation for the real thing, we end the programme with Liam putting down his over and under, picking up a side by side and shooting at simulated coveys of driven partridge. For good measure, there’s eve a demonstration from Rod on how to clean your gun properly when you’ve finished shooting.

DISC THREE – CLAYSHOOTING FOR THE ADVANCED SHOT
In this, the last of the three programmes in the series, you’ll get an idea of what it would really be like to be considered an advanced shot. Although you are now at a pretty competent level, the title “advanced shot” is still best reserved for characters like those that will be teaching you today. The first part of the programme is filmed at Edge Hill Shooting Grounds where you will see Carl Bloxham, the former World Champion in the English Sporting discipline, putting some pretty good shots (young and old) through their paces. Carl analyses faults that have crept into their styles and passes on tips to improve consistency. He is ably assisted by Phil Coley the performance enhancement specialist and they will be taking you through variety of targets. We then move on with our old friend Liam Dale who has a lesson in the finer points of shooting DTL. What better venue than Chatcombe Estate Shooting School and what better tutor than the former England International coach Ian Coley. To begin with Ian explains the differences between a trap gun, which is more suited to DTL and Liam’s normal sporting gun. The difference conceded, Liam borrows a trap gun and visits the pattern plate to establish exactly where it shoots. See how with expert coaching Ian helps Liam to adapt to this different type of discipline. With the aid of “gum cam” Ian explains the different gun hold positions and demonstrates when to mount and where to shoot at each bird from the various stations. Also in this section there is a very useful segment showing the most common faults for you to avoid.

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