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Sporting Clays Tip: Kill More Ducks With Muscle Memory

You can kill more ducks with this sporting clays tip simply because it comes down to a cliche that is as old as creation: you practice like you play; or, better yet, you play like you practice. Today I’m going to show you a very simple method in straight up duck killing, but it starts with how you practice in the off season and it comes down to habit.

A Sporting Clays Tip Based On Muscle Memory

FloatersWhen ducks are raining down into your hole or when that covey of quail breaks silence and flushes, there is no doubt that it’s an emotional rush. This is why you suited up for the game that day. The adrenaline is a major part of the fun of the hunt. Adrenaline, however, can cause you to make mistakes and that is why the average hunters shoots his weapon with nothing falling at the end of the volley.

In this short video you see below, we are going to cover a sporting clays tip that can recalibrate your muscle memory and shooting habits. Stay with this simple idea, and you’ll kill more ducks, and more ducks faster, if you keep it simple.


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Jason Cruise is the host of Mossberg’s Rugged American Hunter. and @JasonLCruise on Twitter.

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