“Expert Advice”For many years Trapshooting, Skeet shooting, Sporting Clays shooters have suffered over how to improve and sought advice from those who have reached prominent status and respect in the field. Shooting improvement is a long road, met with constant struggle, trial and error. We’ve all done it, and thankfully, with enjoyment. Fieldandclays is happy to report that we are collecting advice from well known experts in their field and will grow this section with pertinent and useful materials to help propel you along your journey. Included will be no-nonsense expertise and recommendations of products and services based on quality, cost, and customer service. Our staff is really excited about this addition which we begin here.
Come on back for new additions and updates. Hope you enjoy.
Robert R. Hartman, Publisher.
- Shooting Glasses
- Tips on buying a Shotgun
- Frank Hoppe, All American (Instructions)
- Chris Batha, World famous instructor (Instructions)
- John Wooley, leading International Shooting Instructor, World Champion, Sporting Clays World Championship Sporting Clays Course Designer
- All about chokes
George Trulock, Nationally acclaimed authority on choke design and pattern eficiency
- Gun Terms
- Herb Parsons – Showman Shooter
- Target Shotguns
Bob Shultz Professional shooter, consultant, and coach
Testimonials from shooters who improved by using Magic Eye Dots:
I heard of your magic eye dots from Tom Gresham on his Gun Talk radio program. I just used the eye dots for the first time and they’re great. Robert Bickel
I received the Magic Dots. I tried your product this past weekend thru a friend that has the same problem. I shoot with purple color lens and used the purple magic dot. I have to say that I was truly amazed. The color coordination gave me just enough obstruction and did not effect my vision to much overall I could not hardly tell that a magic dot was in place……..as would a black dot on the purple lens. Great product………. I think I will enjoy using the dots. I also will be telling everyone about them. William Steven
It is estimated that 40% of right handed shooters are left eyed dominant while 80% of left handed shooters are right eyed dominant.
A problem for many shooters is wrong eye dominance and crossover sighting. This often occurs when right handed shooters have a dominant left eye and a left handed shooter has a dominant right eye. Many prefer to shoot giving their preferred eye an advantage and find this system to be the answer.
Made of new space age materials, these dots allow precise placement and can be removed easily and repositioned. Clean removal leaves no residue.
In the shooting position, place a dot on the outside or inside of your lens in a spot that causes slight fuzziness to the appropriate eye. Proper placement will force a switched focus to your shooting eye. Dots will stay in place and many times match the color of your lens. Comes in one full sheet of 35 dots, each of which can be trimmed to desire. Excellent when shooting Shotgun, Rifle, Pistol, Archery