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How to find the line of a blind target in sporting clays

Kevin and Tom discuss how to look for the target when you cannot see where it is coming from in sporting clays. We call this a “blind target”.
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50-target Super Sporting @ Triple B Clays

Sporting Clays
Clay shooting
South El Monte
Chad Roberts
Nicolas Berry
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ShotKam - Focus ONLY on the Clay! - Lesson on Shooting Sporting Clays with Gil Ash

Gil Ash, shooting instructor of OSP Shooting Schools, teaches you to focus ONLY on the clay!
To learn more about ShotKam (the camera mounted to the shotgun barrel):
What is a ShotKam? Well, the ShotKam is a gun-mounted camera that is uniquely designed to reveal where the bead of your gun was.
Three of the features that make ShotKam unique are:

1. It has Wi-Fi so that the shots can be downloaded directly to your phone while in the field
2. It has a reticle (seen as a crosshair in the videos) which SHOWS you where you were shooting
3. It automatically knows WHEN to record a video so that no video editing is required

The Wi-Fi is built-into the ShotKam, so you can watch your shots directly on your phone anytime, anywhere.

The reticle is adjusted to your gun’s point-of-aim, so it represents where the bead of the shotgun was.

The ShotKam’s internal accelerometer registers forces to tell the camera when to record and when not to record.

The ShotKam is a specialized gun camera that operates using an internal accelerometer. The accelerometer registers forces to signal when to record, and when not to record. Only the gun recoil will trigger a video to record. There is an adjustable reticle (crosshair) which is aligned to the gun’s point-of-aim. This reticle, typically a crosshair, shows where the muzzle was when the shot was taken. The ShotKam has Wi-Fi which allows the shooters to easily adjust the reticle and settings, and download shots to watch while out in the field.

When CLAY shooting, simply press the power button ON at the beginning of the day and let the camera work intelligently in the background. The ShotKam will go in and out of “Sleep Mode” to save battery. When the action of the gun is closed, the ShotKam wakens from Sleep Mode and begin to record video (but run it through a memory buffer). When the camera feels the RECOIL of the gun, it saves the 2 seconds before, and the 1 second after the recoil. It then puts the shot into ¼ speed and adds the reticle. If there is inactivity for 20 seconds, then it goes back to sleep mode (slow blinking green LED). The camera lasts between 5 – 6 hours when shooting sporting clays and it is 100% waterproof as long as the rear cap is on (to protect the charging port).

The short video recordings can be viewed frame-by-frame, so that even the PELLETS CAN BE SEEN for a few frames! It records 120 fps, which is approximately 1 frame every 3 yards.

The recording time, sleep mode, gun type, reticle type, etc are all adjustable settings. The ShotKam can record in full-speed, ½ speed, ¼ speed, or 1/8 speed. The ShotKam comes with a 12G mount but we offer additional bracket sizes too (20G, 28G, side-by-side 12G, and .410).

A ShotKam can be purchased through our website at

Please contact us if you have any further questions.

Email: Sales@ShotKam.com
Phone: 855-473-5227
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National Sporting Clays Championship PSCA

The PSCA at the 2014 National Sporting Clays Championship.

Filmed and Edited by,
Christopher Claxton

Music:
Do It Again by Zes

Starring:
Scott Robertson
Damian Gardner
David Moore
Brett Moyes

Filmed at the National Shooting Complex, San Antonio, Texas
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Pick Up Your Targets Quicker | Shotgun Tips with Gil Ash

Gil Ash of OSP Shooting Schools shares the secret to getting a hard focus on the bird faster and more clearly with this valuable tip about how the eyes work. (NSSF Video) #LetsGoShooting #NSSF
#LetsGoHunting #NSSF

Essential kit for clay shooting

What are the essential items you should take with you on a clay shoot? David Florent reveals the contents of his kit bag, and explains why each item is vital.

TSC Clay Shooting is the official YouTube channel of The Schools Challenge - teaching shooting skills for the next generation. Find out more at

Produced by James Marchington. Music by audioblocks.com

Sporting Clays

Sporting Clays

The ShotKam Advanced Gun Camera System is the best tool on the market for analyzing the way you or your clients shoot.

Made in America with military grade components, the ShotKam provides a safe, unobtrusive way to record every shot as it happens and to simply transfer it to computer for review.

Check us out at or shotkam.co.uk

Sporting Clays

The ShotKam Advanced Gun Camera System is the best tool on the market for analyzing the way you or your clients shoot.

Made in America with military grade components, the ShotKam provides a safe, unobtrusive way to record every shot as it happens and to simply transfer it to computer for review.

Check us out at or shotkam.co.uk

Sporting Clays

The ShotKam Advanced Gun Camera System is the best tool on the market for analyzing the way you or your clients shoot.

Made in America with military grade components, the ShotKam provides a safe, unobtrusive way to record every shot as it happens and to simply transfer it to computer for review.

Check us out at or shotkam.co.uk
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Sporting Clays

PRO TIP: How to lead a Sporting Clays target, 35 yards | ShotKam - Gun Camera

After many experiments, we've determined that target at 35 yards requires 6 - 8 feet of lead. Watch this video to see some big leads on long targets ????.

ShotKam is a waterproof, lightweight, and durable video camera that mounts to your barrel. Designed as a training tool, the movements of your gun are revealed by the crosshair in the video (X in the middle).

Subscribe to our YouTube channel and get $20 off here (discount code: YOUTUBE): shotkam.com/discount/YOUTUBE

Sporting Clays

The ShotKam Advanced Gun Camera System is the best tool on the market for analyzing the way you or your clients shoot.

Made in America with military grade components, the ShotKam provides a safe, unobtrusive way to record every shot as it happens and to simply transfer it to computer for review.

Check us out at or shotkam.co.uk

ShotKam (Gun Camera) - Shoot TRUE & REPORT PAIRS in Sporting Clays - Learn How to Lead a Target

To learn more about ShotKam:
To purchase a ShotKam:

What is a ShotKam? Well, the ShotKam is a gun-mounted camera that is specifically designed to withstand the shock of a recoil, while recording video seamlessly.

Three of the features that make ShotKam unique are:

1. It has Wi-Fi so that the shots can be downloaded directly to your phone while in the field
2. It has a reticle (seen as a crosshair in the videos) which SHOWS you where you were shooting
3. It automatically knows WHEN to record a video so that no video editing is required

The Wi-Fi is built-into the ShotKam, so you can watch your shots directly on your phone anytime, anywhere.

The reticle is adjusted to your gun’s point-of-aim, so it represents where the bead of the shotgun was.

The ShotKam’s internal accelerometer registers forces to tell the camera when to record and when not to record.

The ShotKam is a specialized gun camera that operates using an internal accelerometer. The accelerometer registers forces to signal when to record, and when not to record. Only the gun recoil will trigger a video to record. There is an adjustable reticle (crosshair) which is aligned to the gun’s point-of-aim. This reticle, typically a crosshair, shows where the muzzle was when the shot was taken. The ShotKam has Wi-Fi which allows the shooters to easily adjust the reticle and settings, and download shots to watch while out in the field.

When CLAY shooting, simply press the power button ON at the beginning of the day and let the camera work intelligently in the background. The ShotKam will go in and out of “Sleep Mode” to save battery. When the action of the gun is closed, the ShotKam wakens from Sleep Mode and begin to record video (but run it through a memory buffer). When the camera feels the RECOIL of the gun, it saves the 2 seconds before, and the 1 second after the recoil. It then puts the shot into ¼ speed and adds the reticle. If there is inactivity for 20 seconds, then it goes back to sleep mode (slow blinking green LED). The camera lasts between 5 – 6 hours when shooting sporting clays and it is 100% waterproof as long as the rear cap is on (to protect the charging port).

The short video recordings can be viewed frame-by-frame, so that even the PELLETS CAN BE SEEN for a few frames! It records 120 fps, which is approximately 1 frame every 3 yards.

The recording time, sleep mode, gun type, reticle type, etc are all adjustable settings. The ShotKam can record in full-speed, ½ speed, ¼ speed, or 1/8 speed. The ShotKam comes with a 12G mount but we offer additional bracket sizes too (20G, 28G, side-by-side 12G, and .410).

A ShotKam can be purchased through our website at

Please contact us if you have any further questions.

Email: Sales@ShotKam.com
Phone: 855-473-5227

Sporting Clays

The ShotKam Advanced Gun Camera System is the best tool on the market for analysing the way you or your clients shoot.

Made in America with military grade components, the ShotKam provides a safe, unobtrusive way to record every shot as it happens and to simply transfer it to computer for review.

Check us out at or shotkam.co.uk
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Don't Look Down the Barrel | Shotgun Tips with Gil Ash

Gil Ash of OSP Shooting Schools demonstrates why shotgun shooters shouldn't look down the barrel, nor at the bead. By focusing on the target you might see fewer targets but you'll surely break more. (NSSF Video)

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Shooting - Skeet - Men's Final | London 2012 Olympic Games

SH06 - Men - Skeet Final - Shooting - 31 July 2012 - London 2012 Olympic Games

Full replay of the Men's Skeet Shooting final from London 2012.

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Italy's Rossetti wins gold in Men's Skeet Shooting

At his first Olympics, Gabriele Rossetti wins gold for Italy in men's skeet shooting in Rio 2016.

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How Kim Rhode [USA] became the most decorated female Olympic shooter

Heading into London 2012, Kim Rhode had won 4 Olympic Shooting medals for the USA. With near perfect accuracy, Kim Rhode became an Olympic champion for a third time as she equaled the Skeet world record of 99 out of 100 clays.

The American shooter looks back at her Olympic journey and discusses her memories from London 2012.

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Practice for the Jackson County Clay Target Shooting Team

Video of practice for the Jackson County Clay Target Shooting Team

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