By Chris Batha. Valuable instruction for every clay shooter. From beginning fundamentals to advanced, tournament-winning techniques, this book offers easy-to-follow instruction to improve every shooter's scores. Published in 2004. 192 pages - Hardcover.Breaking Clays is a comprehensive and practical book that presents in depth advice and instruction for shooters of all
disciplines. Beginning with the basics and advancing to proven tournament techniques, the book is packed with invaluable
tips on how to break more clays in your chosen game. Chris Batha has worked with some of the top competitors and shooting
coaches in the world today. While every top shot has his own approach to shooting and teaching, Chris recognizes that what
works for one person will not necessarily work for another. This clear and concise book offers a distillation of the best tips and
techniques that really work to improve your scores and give you the knowledge to develop to your full shooting potential.
Includes rules and history of most US and UK games.
Publisher: Swan Hill Press
Date of Publication: 2005
Number of Pages: 188
Summary of material from the publisher:
About the Author
Chris Batha is the senior shooting instructor and gunfitter for London Gunmakers E. J. Churchill. He has over thirty years' wing
and clay shooting experience and a lifelong passion for fine guns. He has written extensively on all aspects of shooting
techniques as well as shotguns and their use.
Notes: Hardcover, 8" x 10"