Want to be a better wing shooter? Become a better clay shooter first. Clay shooting and Argentina wing shooting are intimately connected to each other. Each requires quick reflexes, a steady hand and a great amount of skill. Here are some tips for those who desire to be better wing shooters via first mastering the skill of clay shooting.
- Safety first: As with every occasion in which you will be handling fire arms, safety is of the utmost importance. Wear hearing and eye protection at all times and make sure that you carefully handle all guns that are loaded. Finally, never point a gun at anything that you do not want to shoot regardless of whether or not you think the gun is loaded.
- Find the ideal gun fit: In order to make sure that you can hit what you are looking at, your gun has to have the proper fit. You may consider having your gun professionally fitted to eliminate any doubt.
- Keep your eyes on the target: This is easy for targets that are stationary but it becomes a challenge when dealing with moving objects. Train your eyes to sustain fine focus on your target at all times. Look for the ridges on your target or any reflected light that is visible to acquire the pigeon.
- Determine which eye is dominant: Just because you are right-handed does not mean that your right eye is dominant when it comes to shooting. The same is true of left-handed people. In order to determine which eye is dominant, try pointing at an object on the other side of a room. Close your left eye. If the object is still visible at the end of your finger you are right-eye dominant.
- Do not stop moving the barrel until you pull the trigger: Follow your target at all times until you have fired and are sure you have hit it. Do this by synchronizing you dominant eye and your barrel with the movements of your target.
As you can see, clay shooting has a great deal in common with dove hunting in Argentina. Of course, nothing can match the actual excitement of being out on the field hunting these elusive birds. However, clay shooting will help you hone your skills while you are preparing to visit our facilities in Argentina.