The November issue of Clay Target Nation is all about the World Skeet Championships — but sporting clays shooters needn’t despair, because we have several must-read features you’ll enjoy, too.
First up, in Training Tips, NSSA instructor Tim Short has some tips on mastering lower-body rotation, while sporting clays champion Anthony Matarese asks if it’s time for you to reevaluate your game, sharing advice on how to do so.
In World Skeet coverage, we’ve got a lengthy article on the main event, filling you in on all the action — but that’s not all. We also have coverage of the Mini World and the Junior World, as well as a behind-the-scenes look at the NSSA Hall of Fame banquet. A photo gallery of all the World Shoot highlights is included, and if you haven’t seen it yet, you can view our expanded online photo gallery here.
Sporting clays shooters won’t want to miss our coverage of the Southeast Regional as well as Gil Ash’s article on “Getting Past the Obvious.” Some of the sport’s top shooters, including Andy Duffy, Joseph Fanizzi, Gebben Miles and more, give us a peek at the gun they compete with and what they look for in the perfect competition gun. Lastly, instructor Clayton Rue asks a somewhat controversial question in his article “Time Travel” — is follow-through a myth?
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- Atlas Traps
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- Capital Square
- Carlson Sporting Arms
- Champion Target
- Clay Shooters Supply
- MEC Outdoors
- Michigan Shooting Centers
- National Wild Turkey Federation
- Negrini Cases
- Pacific Sporting Arms
- Paxton Arms
- Robert Louis Company
- Safari Club International (SCI)
- Shooting Sports Foundation (SSSF)
- Sportsman’s Insurance Agency, Inc. (SIAI)
- Sunrise Productions
- Teague Chokes
- Wrapid Comb
Clay Target Nation is available monthly to all members in digital and/or print form. Not a member? You can receive the next issue when you join at http://nssa-nsca.org/join-nssa-nsca/.