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Review of Leo Harrison Video?

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by gyrine, Apr 2, 2011.

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  1. gyrine

    gyrine TS Member

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    Anybody had a chance to view the new Leo Harrison shooting videos? What do you think?
     
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    Pipe Layer Well-Known Member

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    A Lot of good information. Leo did a great job and I feel I got my moneys worth.


    Terry Dean
     
  3. Bird Grinder

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    I think Leos is one of the best.
     
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    It took me three clinics with Leo to break most bad habits, Karla also offers great advise.

    I'm ordering the CD for a re-fresher.
     
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    Expensive but worth it.

    He is even better in person. If get a chance to attend one of his clinics, do so.

    Don Verna
     
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    Nicely done, a must have. I liked both DVD's but for me the doubles really hit home with the gun hold points and why. A real bargain to own a series of DVD's by one of the greatest shooters of our time.

    Ken Jeffries
     
  7. gyrine

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    I had a chance to chat with Leo at the Spring Grand. I was impressed with what a nice down to earth guy he was. I was going to buy the DVD's but I don't shoot doubles and I had to buy both DVD's. I am looking to pick up the SBT one on TSC when they start showing up for sale. Thanks for the info guys. Rich
     
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    Leo's videos are great. He does a very nice job of not only showing you how he does things, but backs every one of them up with sound reasons to support his practices. I benefitted from watching him explain his hold points and eye focus points for each discipline as well. They are expensive, but well worth the money. Also, I feel that they are a valuable asset in that you can review the videos both before and after trying to incorporate what you've learned from the videos on the field. Garrett
     
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    I will admit to all that I am not a competetive trapshooter. I shoot sporting clays but bought this dvd series to help me understand and learn an approach to the trap style shots seen on a sporting course. I practice by setting the trap in manual mode first and walking around at the 27 yard line to just work angles. I was very pleased to find how much easier it was to be confident of my approach to this target that so many non-trapshooters seem to feel is a "gimme" shot. They usually miss. Leo's advice on hold points and where to adjust my visual focus to pick up the target were well worth the price to me even as a non ATA shooter. Last Saturday I went out and just plastered targets at about the 30 yard mark on our field. Sure I missed a few...but not many and I knew why I missed which made the dvd's even more valuable.

    Joe Hardage
     
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    I just ordered one for use in our AIM youth shooting program. I think it is the best training tool one could have. We teach this out on the line but having it for viewing to illustrate what you are teaching is the best of all worlds.

    Looking forward to it

    Dennis Menning
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    How is Leo doing ? Is the arm mending ?
     
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    Great video just like taking his clinic but more information.
     
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    Leo is shooting again. But his hand still hurts when he tries to bring the gun in the way he normally does, from what I am told.
     
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    I feel it is the best i have seen. Leo is laid back, down to earth, simple things to work on. worth every cent. Allen
     
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    Where can you buy the DVD's and how much do they cost?
     
  16. trapshooterjoe7

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    sunrise productions is selling them, i don't have a link..
     
  17. shannon391

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    Recurvy,

    I know Leo pulls in tight, I do too, It does put stress on things.
     
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    Poor Leo, won the Singles, the Handicap and came in Runnerup in the Doubles at the Southern Grand. He must really be hurtin'!!
     
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