Shooting Tips For ATA Double Trap




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Ricky Rivits: Nice job...have not shot doubles for a while and needed this quick refresher. Thanks´╗┐

recurvyarcher: That is an MX2005.

Dustin Marvin: First targe should always be the far one. When you're on the left, first target is the one on the right. When on the right, first target is on the left. Middle is your choice. Some guys decide to shoot the same target first every time and if that's your preference then by all means do it. I like to hit farther target first because the near target isn't as far away by the time I get to it. If I shoot the near target first that far target is way too far out there for me personally.

Hotshot777: Ok thanks!

NewsierNews: You always shoot the straight away. The birst always come out at the same time at the same place. In the middle, you just choose wich one you want to shoot first.

Hotshot777: How do you know if the first target will get to your hold point? I'm a leftie shooter, and I don't know which target should be my first target.

Elkblood01: I was about to crap my self when he said you could spend a 1000 or more, I thought he meant money at first lol

Geoff Jackson: mx2005

O'Doyle Gaming: what kind of perrazi is that?

Hunter7509: very good info.
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Shooting tips for ATA Double Trap