Trap Shooting for Singles


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Sport shooting
Sport shooting

Trap Shooting for Singles

The Trap Shooting for Singles subliminal CD will help you focus on hitting the target every time. Use this program while you practice Trap Shooting for maximum results.

*Note: For competitive Shooting, you should track your performance, build a list of what area’s to track, and note your performance (how you are doing). Then with practice and listening to this subliminal program, you will be building your skills and measuring your Results!

Trap shooting is a shotgun sport where at least one clay target (sometimes a pair of clays) is launched from the trap house, and the shooter shoots in turn. The shooter stands with his or her back to the trap house and tries to shoot down each released clay pigeon. A round of traps consists of 25 targets, but this number may vary depending on time constraints. For example, if a competition has 100 competitors and competes for 2 hours, there will be 50 rounds with 25 targets per round; if only 1 hour, there will be 25 rounds with 25 targets per round. The first target thrown is called “the bird.” The modern game originated in America as an offshoot of live bird shooting. It was invented by Daniel MacMillan in 1879 at his home near Montrose, Pennsylvania, where he lived close to hunting grounds that were uninhabited due to a lack of game birds such as pheasants or grouse. He began experimenting with various live captive birds before settling on clay pigeons made locally by packing wet clay into wooden molds shaped like fat doves or skinny chickens according to the size needed for the various ranges used around his property.

He wrote Trap Shooting for Singles, one of the most influential books on shooting sports. Daniel MacMillan died at age 96 on November 27th, 1944, at his home in Ottawa. A book written by Daniel MacMillan became one of the most influential books on shooting sports after he immigrated to Canada from Scotland to start his kennels near Ottawa. The book he wrote is called “Trap Shooting for Singles,” It was published by D’Amermanns Publishing Company Limited in 1879, with five editions printed before 1890.

Trap Shooting for Singles by MacMillan has been a classic in shooting sports since its publication in 1940. (Out of Publication) It is considered one of the most complete and authoritative texts on shotgun sport shooting. This book covers equipment selection, setup, operation, scoring, care and maintenance, tournament competition rules, safety rules, and game strategies for singles trap shooting.

Some people find this game boring, while others find it challenging and exhilarating. Shooting traps for singles is a competitive shooting activity that requires shooters to shoot at a target; it is important to focus on hitting the target every time so as not to miss and waste rounds. If the shooter misses, they will have to wait until the round changes before they can try again, even if they are ready; shooting fast will also result in more points being scored because it reduces the time used up by waiting between shots.

The Trap Shooting for Single subliminal program will help you to the next level of shooting.

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Weight 0.1625 oz


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