The June issue of Clay Target Nation is full of tips to help you improve your game, and it also includes some event coverage as the skeet and sporting clays seasons get busier and busier.
In our Training Tips, Paul Giambrone III discusses perception vs. reality and how it applies to vision, while on the sporting clays side, the team at OSP Shooting School weighs in on what effective practice looks like so you can make the most of your training time without wasting your effort.
Our feature well includes coverage of the NSSA Southwest Classic and a blowout feature on the NSCA U.S. Open, including a photo gallery. Todd Bender weighs in on the components of a true champion, while Bill Elliott reminds shooters that how they start a tournament, a practice session or their shooting year doesn’t have to determine how they finish. John Shima borrows some analogies and quotes from a popular movie in his article, “The Art of Shooting in the Rain.” We also have a profile of Briley Manufacturing and an article on the MidwayUSA Foundation that will be helpful to anyone running or starting a youth team.
Advertisers in the June issue are:
- Atlas Traps
- Caesar Guerini
- Carlson Sporting Arms
- Clay Shooters Supply
- National Wild Turkey Federation
- Negrini Cases
- Orion Outdoors
- Pacific Sporting Arms
- Paxton Arms
- Preserve Sporting Club
- Robert Louis Company
- Safari Club International (SCI)
- Shooting Sports Foundation (SSSF)
- Sportsman’s Insurance Agency, Inc. (SIAI)
- Sunrise Productions
- White Flyer
- Wrapid Comb
- X Sight Sport
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