Want to improve your wingshooting? Can you answer these questions: How important is gun fit, really? What role does your vision play in the shooting process? How can you program your subconscious mind to better your wingshooting in the field?
Find out the answers to these questions and more on this episode of the Project Upland Podcast with Andy Duffy.
Joined by Andy Duffy, champion competitive shooter and world renowned shooting instructor, we discuss the mechanics and necessary components to better shooting. Andy Duffy is one of the best instructors in the country and he draws on decades of shooting experience at the highest levels to inform and educate his students. From mounting the shotgun to programming the subconscious mind we’ve got you covered.
About | Andy Duffy
“Andy began shooting sporting clays in 1983, like many other avid shotgun shooters, as a way to improve his wing shooting. Since that time he has been on the National Sporting Clays Association (NSCA) All-American Team 17 times, Team USA 20 times and has over 130,000 Lifetime Targets. He has claimed the NSCA National Championship title 3 times, winning it first in 1994, successfully defending the title in 1995 and claiming it again in 2002. In 2005 Andy was honored by being inducted into the NSCA Hall of Fame.”
- 1st of only 2 competitors to ever win the NSCA National Championship 3 times.
- The only back-to-back NSCA National Championship winner.
- 1996 European FITASC HOA
- 4-time National FITASC Champion
- 3-time World Side-by-Side Champion
- 2005 Inductee NSCA Hall of Fame
Learn More About NSCA | National Sporting Clays Association
Find Andy Duffy on Facebook | Andy Duffy
Get it on iTunes: Project Upland Podcast – Episode 62
The Project Upland Podcast is brought to you in part by: Pineridge Grouse Camp – Adventure Awaits, Gordy & Sons Outfitters, Eukanuba Performance Dog Food, Dogtra Collars, Dakota 283 Kennels and Trinity Kennels
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