I’m embarrassed to say that I suck at shooting clays even with the spread that birdshot has.
I am reading a book right now by a man named John Ross titled Unintended Consequenses, in it there is a young man by the name of Henry Bowman who displays the same sort of marksmanship, kind of cool reading about such a thing and then actually seeing it displayed. I know this young man will have a bright future in the gun culture, can’t wait to see what he does next.
Now, while this IS pretty awesome. And takes quite a bit of skill in Marksmanship, it’s not as impressive as the guys that do the same thing with a traditional bow(wooden recurve or longbow), and toss the targets into the air themselves then need to draw and release before they hit the ground. Compound bows to me are weapons plain and simple. Efficient, deadly, accurate, easy to use. There’s no art or beauty to them, which is what archery is for me. *shrug*
Like I said though, still a great display of marksmanship. I certainly couldn’t do it.
Can anyone tell me what kind of rifle he is using about half-way through the video? Thank you.
It’s a Ruger 10/22
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