Would you like to practice shooting birds and breaking clay targets all from the comfort of your couch? We’ve found the perfect online resource that lets you do exactly that. Gil and Vicki Ash, a pair of seasoned shooting coaches of OSP Shooting School, have the all the tips you need to shoot clays and game birds better. All you have to do is watch and learn– Gil and Vicki take care of the rest.
This duo has traveled the world teaching the fine art of Wingshooting and they have compiled the information that they gathered along the way into a robust resource, the OSP Shooting School Knowledge Vault. As its name implies, the vault holds a wealth of information that can turn the average shooter into an expert with focus, determination and some practice.
Subscriptions to the knowledge vault are offered for $37.00 a month or $364.95 per year. Newcomers to the Knowledge Vault can sign up for a 14-day trial that allows you to try out the service and start learning immediately. And then, if you like what you see, subscribe to continue improving your shooting skills.
One thing we do suggest, though, is that you familiarize yourself immediately with how to navigate the Knowledge Vault. Gil has a great instructional video that explains, in detail, how to move around the knowledge vault to ensure that you maximize your time and learning. Once you get comfortable navigating the vault, you’ll quickly learn the secrets to shooting clay and game birds better.
After you’ve spent some time exercising your visual cortex in the Vault, its time to head to the range so you can test-drive your new and improved skills. But before you do, make sure you have a gun that fits properly. Gil covers the subject in this video that was produced by the NSSF.
And, to ensure everyone can be outfitted in style, Gil worked with Mossberg to develop the new 930 Pro-Series Sporting Clays Shotgun. This exciting new gun has all of the features a shooter needs to succeed on the clay target range. Learn more about the new 930 Pro-Series Shotgun in the following video from Mossberg.