Right or wrong? - Ron Sutton applies this basic question to the trap game.
Jacque Snellenberger, Hall of Fame Class of 2015
Quote of the month - "I worked every pair and really concentrated. I knew that if I kept that up, and did everything I needed to do, something good would happen." -Chris Vendel, Southern Grand doubles champion with 100
May the Force be with you - Bob Palmer explores the dark side of the zone.
T&F Rookies of the Year - Mark Polojac and Brady Welsh claim the honors for 2014.
Quote of the month - "You need to shoot with people who are better than you are." -Pat Laib
The 2014 Average Book!
The 2014 Average Books have mailed as of March 9, 2015. Be looking for your copy in the next couple of days/weeks.
The bottom line - Ron Sutton discusses "How are you going to improve this year?"
Dinnertime! - The new Kiner's Diner is open for business, serving food for the body and the (trapshooter's) mind.
Green means 'go' - Find your signal into the zone
Trap & Field Rookies of the Year chosen!
Headed to Releaseville?
Quote of the month - "You're not going to know if you still like it or how you're going to do unless you get back on the line. Go for it!" - Tiffany Collinson
Lady takes the all-around - Janessa Beaman dons the crown at Tucson!
Gun Mount Rules - Ted Tightend wins one out of two.
New Years Resolution - Grow the sport! - Dean Spiridon
Starting From Scratch
The mental game
Quote of the month - "Hard work pays off, and if you keep going, you never know when your moment is going to be." - Preston Crandell, Krieghoff Handicap Champion
Check out the November Issue
The 2015 All-American teams
Quote of the month - "It was very congenial and like shooting practice - except that I was determined to win." - Rich Kaysa, Texas singles champion
Grand American Coverage
Trapshooting Hall of Fame breaks ground for new building
Around the ATA
Dan Orlich at the Grand
Shooter's note: Bobby Bolden & Jessiah Watts
Doubles your fun - Don't discount the value of twins events.
Quote of the month - "I blocked out every thought that was trying to get into my head, and gave that bird the same concentration as all my previous targets." - Hunter Brandt
The wrong time for advice - Just don't do it, writes Bob Palmer
Quote of the month - "Focus on the target. Don't just look at it; zone in on it. Do this evey time, and get all other thoughts out of your head!" - Jack Noftz
More to ignore? - What's good and not so good to mimic about "the pros."
First lady with a title sweep!
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