"Ian I just wanted to thank you again for the shooting lessons
that you gave me and my son. As you know I had been struggling
through out the whole season and you got me back on track and
shooting more like I used to. I just wish I had gotten to get
some instruction from you at the beginning of the season. Your
work with my son Aaron really paid off though. The week after
our lessons we went to practice and he ran the first box and
had a 24 the second box for a 49 and that was with the .410
that was his personal best with the .410. Where we saw the
most improvement was his doubles game, he loves doubles but has
honestly never shot them well. You changed several things on
him such as his stance, foot position, gun mount, and even where
he stands on the pad, well all of that was a lot to take in in
one day but he is out shooting me in doubles now consistently.
We plan to get hold of you soon and get more instruction
before our winter league starts.
Thanks again and I have been recommending you to others."
"I think that just bumped up my enthusiasm quite a bit
over my already very enthusiastic love of the sport.
The kills on the middle stations felt much smoother and easier
than my previous spray and pray shots. It's amazing how these
basic fundamentals unknowingly change where your shot ends up. I
thought elevation misses were due to sight picture being off, but
from the lesson it seems like the starting hold point dictates
ultimately the vertical poi. Natural reaction makes the barrel
follow the same path as the clay so if you start high you stay
high. I see that I need to control my swing but hit the clay
earlier on my outgoing shots.
I can't wait for the next one. Going into a lesson knowing the
instructor knows what he is doing is one thing, but you really
have an ability to teach it well also.
Thanks again Ian,