"Why Bother?" by Lynn Sherwood

by Conceal & Carry Network on 02/19/2014 - 11:20 am

By Lynn Sherwood

Pondering whether to even brush my hair or just scrunch the wet mop out of site atop my head, don dirty yoga pants and flip flops or sturdy shoes and a sassy blouse, and whether the two extra minutes to swipe my lashes with mascara would be a good use of my time before my solo road trip last week, I thought “Why Bother?”
Women in bulky 90’s sweat-suits walk through airports across the country daily, go to the grocery store hiding their face and pray no one they know will see them, and do everything they can to look distracted when passing someone they know if they are not feeling ‘all they can be’ for a variety of reasons.&nbs ...

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"Ahead of the Game" by Keith Coyle

by Conceal & Carry Network on 02/16/2014 - 09:12 pm

Only Perfect Practice Makes Perfect.
by Keith Coyle
Originally Posted in Hunting & Safari Magazine November/December issue 2013. 
No aspect of Shotgun Shooting fascinates and frustrates sportsmen quite so much as the question of “Forward Allowance” or “Lead”. Eavesdrop on any conversation at a Clay Shoot or after a drive on a Game (wing) shoot, and often as not someone will be discussing how much lead the target should be given. And the chances are, there’ll be no shortage of expert advice on the subject.
Defining “Lead’ is easy. It means putting your shot string or cloud of pellets at the right distance ahead of a mov ...

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"Ready for Action" by Keith Coyle

by Conceal & Carry Network on 02/16/2014 - 07:54 pm

by Keith Coyle
Continuing on with the topic of “Perfect Practice Makes Perfect”, seen in Junes issue of H & S, where we have started to look at the basic skills required to create that perfect shot, having established and I hope “practiced” the correct method of mounting the Gun up to the face and aligning the rib with the master eye, we need to review what other basic elements are required for the shooter to get “Ready For Action”.
Before starting your round of Clays, it’s vitally important to check on your “Master Eye”, you will be surprised how many of us experien ...

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“A Correct Gun Mount is the Bedrock of all Good Technique “ by Keith Coyle

by Conceal & Carry Network on 02/16/2014 - 06:46 pm

“A Correct Gun Mount is the Bedrock of all Good Technique “
by Keith Coyle
As this is my first article for Hunting & Safari magazine, I, of course, spent a considerable amount of time thinking about what the content should be and at what level of expertise it should appeal to.
Well the best place to start, as always, is at the beginning, go back to the basics, which is what we should all do every now and again.  How often when you go to the shooting club do you go there to practice your technique, as opposed to shoot a round and chase a score.
Serious golfers spend as much time on the driving range and putting green, practicing th ...

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