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For All Ages, Beginner & Intermediate

Break ‘Em!

Ed Ketchie is a certified and insured National Sporting Clays Instructor with over 35 years of shooting experience. In 2010 he started his shooting school dedicated to teach beginner and intermediate shooters to successfully hit clay targets. From the fundamentals of fit, to understanding the ability to point and move with a target, Ed has helped many people become better shooters. Be more confident at the five-stand or in the dove field by investing in your shooting skills today.

If you’ve ever been on a sporting clays course, you know how much fun it can be. You probably also know that it’s not as easy as it looks, and if you aren’t careful you can quickly embarrass yourself. It doesn’t take a huge investment to learn the basics, and in the process you’ll have a great time in the great outdoors!

Shooting a moving target is very different from shooting a rifle at an inanimate piece of paper. In fact, you may find that if you have much experience at the shooting range, you’ll need to un-learn some habits that work against you in the field. You’ll get lots of tips and tricks from your friends, but applying those tips to bad fundamentals will just frustrate your progress. That’s why the most effective and the most efficient way to learn is at a good clay course with an instructor who can watch your movements and help you fix the things you don’t see.

Sporting clays is often compared to golf. Both are a lot of fun, but both can be discouraging if you don’t understand the fundamentals. Most people wouldn’t expect to walk onto a golf course and be able to teach themselves to hit properly in different circumstances. Just like golf, you’re not likely to shoot sporting clays successfully without proper instruction.

Call Ed today to get started on a hobby that will last you a lifetime, and one that is fun for the entire family!

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National Sporting Clays Association Certified Instructor
Ed is an NSCA Approved Instructor
Both Level I and II