Both Eyes Open: Tips For Better Shotgun Wing Shooting & Duck Hunting

In last week’s tips for better shotgun shooting, Zach Kienbaum and Desirae Edmunds talked about mounting the shotgun, not shouldering it. When the shot gets called, the first step is to bring the gun to your face so you have a straight line of sight down the barrel. Eye dominance plays a huge role in shooting correctly. You not only need to shoot with the correct eye, but also keep both eyes open. For many, having both eyes open may make them see two barrels, but you have to know and trust which barrel is the correct one. Training yourself to shoot this way will give you better peripheral vision and depth perception while bird hunting.

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