Wing Shooting Part 1- Shooting a Shotgun
Set up a hollow target holder using your scrap lumber, the larger the target the better, blacken the center of your paper with a marker of paint, and tack it up on your target.
Shoot at twenty yards because at that distance the pattern will not spread too much to easily observe its effects. The object now is to acquire confidence in your self and the gun, carefully guarding against the tendency to flinch, which is liable to develop into a most annoying habit, nearly fatal to good wing shooting.
In this first lesson all you are going to do is aim down the barrel and place your shot into the mark you have made on your paper. A few aimed shots should enable you to place your pattern regularly upon the center of the target. When this can be done with a deliberate aim, proceed with the next lesson.
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