NSSF Shooting Sportscast

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Tips and news on hunting and the shooting sports from the National Shooting Sports Foundation. Tune in weekly for new episodes.

NSSF's Dave Miles speaks with Storm Mountain Training founder Rod Ryan about how working as a team and having good communication can help you connect with more targets.

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Learn from World Champion Cowboy Action Shooter Jim "Long Hunter" Finch how to trim time from rifle stages with clean, fast, and accurate transitions between firearms.
Gil Ash of OSP Shooting Schools reveals an important concept for shotgun shooters. That is, when shooting a right-to-left crosser a right-handed shooter must look across the shotgun barrel to see the target. The same concept applies to left-handed shooters when shooting a left-to-right crosser. Gil stresses that, "In order …
NSSF's Dave Miles speaks with Storm Mountain Training founder Rod Ryan about how to see a bullets trace and how it can help you connect with more targets.
Champion pistol shooter Doug Koenig offers advice on how to introduce newcomers to the shooting sports.
OSP Shooting School's Gil Ash explains how to approach simo pairs on the sporting clays course.
Learn from world Champion Cowboy Action Shooter Jim "Long Hunter" Finch how to trim time from shotgun stages by properly staging, pickup and put down the various types of shotguns used in cowboy action shooitng.
To encourage the development of collegiate shooting programs at both public and private colleges, NSSF will once again provide $200,000 in grants across the nation through its Collegiate Shooting Sports Initiative (CSSI)
Learn from World Champion Cowboy Action Shooter Jim "Long Hunter" Finch how to trim time from rifle stages with clean and fast reloads with particular focus on the rifle.
Wingshooting USA TV host Scott Linden shares his list of labor-saving-must- have gear for dog training.
Wingshooting USA TV host Scott Linden shares a tip that will help you focus where it matters most - on the leading edge of the target - or birds head in this case.
Wingshooting USA TV host Scott Linden shares some sage advice for dog trainers. Change it up and keep it fresh to keep your dog sharp.
OSP Shooting School's Gil Ash explains how he approaches springing teal targets that are often found on a sporting clays course.
Learn from World Champion Cowboy Action Shooter Jim "Long Hunter" Finch how to trim time from rifle stages with clean, fast, and accurate transitions between firearms with particular focus on the rifle.
NSSF' Dave Miles talks with Gunsite Rangemaster Charlie McNeese about the effectiveness of extensive total immersion firearms training courses like those taught at Gunsite and other facilities around the country.
Champion pistol shooter Doug Koenig offers training advice to competitive shooters to improve their scores. On this steel challenge stage, Roundabout, Doug discusses how by understanding and sticking to a plan you can become a faster and more consistent shooter.
At the 44th Annual Cornhusker Trap Shoot in Doniphan, Neb., more than 2,600 youth put an admirable display of shooting skills, camaraderie and safe firearms handling.
OSP Shooting School's Gil Ash explains how an optical illusion causes the targets speed to be perceived by the shooter as traveling faster then it is actually traveling.
Champion Cowboy Action Shooter Jim "Long Hunter" Finch covers shotgun transitions in Cowboy Action Shooting.
In this NSSF Shooting Sportscast Gunsite Academy Instructor Bob Whaley discusses how to best use cover.