Sportsmen On Film Video "Pachmayr's Skeetshooting" DVD

Product #: 336125 Sportsmen on Film #: Video "Pachmayr's Skeetshooting" DVD UPC #: 798622322326

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Learn proper stance, gun hold, eye hold, where to break the target and how much lead from former California State and International Trap Champion and instructor Ken Robertson as he analyzes the fundamentals of trap and skeet shooting for beginners through experts. Using students and computer-generated graphics, Ken goes station to station to help improve your skills. 51 minute runtime.

Technical Information

Host/Producer: Ken Robertson

Date Released: 2007

Running Time: 51 minutes

Summary of Material:
  • Pachmayr Gun Works selected top instructor Ken Robertson to demonstrate proper skeetshooting technique and strategy and to instruct students with a variety of abilities for this high quality "how to" video. At each Station, you'll learn from Ken Robertson, 3 students, and computer-generated graphs covering stance, gun hold, eye hold, where to break the target, and how much lead.
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