Introduction to Wingshooting
The Metro Chapter Wing Shooting System is specifically designed to pass on the fun and excitement of wing shooting for youth by building five simple steps for success. Each of the steps moves seamlessly to the next and culminates in hitting more targets. The system is easy to use AND easy to remember! Each student will learn to properly shoot a shotgun. Our five-step system will teach students their dominant eye, establish foot position and appropriate posture, how to mount a shotgun, point at a target, concentrate on a target, and ultimately break a target. The system is designed to give the student the basics, so they feel comfortable carrying and shooting a shotgun before entering a field to hunt. In addition, our program provides the foundation for a student to advance his or her skills in a shooting sports program. We encourage students to come to all three sessions in order to broaden their skills.
2022 Five-Step Wingshooting Program
Introduction to Wing Shooting is "FREE” to all participants
Each session is limited to 24 students, and there is one session per Sunday.
- Session 1: Sunday, May 21st / Noon - 2 pm
- Session 2: Sunday, July 9th / Noon - 2 pm
- Session 3: Sunday, August 6th / Noon - 2 pm
STUDENTS MUST CHECK IN 30 MINUTES PRIOR TO THE START OF THEIR SESSION - You must register for each session individually - Sign up below!
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