Benefits To Shooters
Learn to Shoot Safely and to Your Maximum Ability.
Top NSCA Certified Instruction
All National Wing & Clay instructors are National
Sporting Clays Association (NSCA) certified instructors (Level
II and III), trained to teach all wing and clay shooting methods.
Chief instructor, Bob Knopf, has taught hundreds of beginning
and advanced shooters from across the country. Bob has written
numerous articles on bird hunting and clays shooting, and is author
of the book, Wing & Clay Shooting Made Easy.
His shooting seminars for hunters and clays shooters are
popular at club, corporate, and group events.
Learn to Shoot. The National Wing & Clay Shooting
Teaches All Shooting Methods!
Unlike many schools, we teach all shooting methods and wing shooting
techniques. Try your hand at the instinctive or point and shoot
method, the pass through, the maintained lead, and the pull-away.
We also teach specialized techniques such as the bayonet method
and shooting to the lead.
All shooting instruction is individual and is based on
each shooter's skill and experience level. Shooting instruction is tailored to the
specific shooting goals of each shooter. Those interested in clays
shooting shoot a variety of targets commonly found on clays courses.
Hunters shoot targets that represent various hunting situations.
Each shooter receives personal instruction.
Beginning shooters are made to feel comfortable while shooting
and are taught gun and range safety and shooting etiquette. Teaching
is in a non-intimidating style oriented to make shooting fun no
matter what the shooter's age or skill level. Beginners learn
all shotgun and wing shooting basics, and use small gauge guns
and shoot low recoil loads for easy, comfortable shooting.
Advanced shooters are given instruction that is specifically tailored
to their exact shooting needs, whether for the clays course or
hunting fields. All advanced methods are taught, including instinctive
or point to the lead, pass through, maintained lead, and pull-away.
We also teach specialty techniques such as the bayonet method
and shooting to the lead. Additionally, shooters receive instruction
in self-diagnosing their misses, hitting longer range shots, on
the mental aspects of shooting, on competitive shooting, and we
fully deal with numerous eye and visual acuity difficulties.