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Skeet DVD Remington/ D. Lee Braun For Sale

Discussion in 'For Sale' started by motordoctor, Jun 25, 2011.

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  1. motordoctor

    motordoctor Me and my new wiife Staff Member

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    This is a DVD that is 30 minutes long and is a terrific teaching tool. It shows gun and foot position on all stations and has a gun mounted camera that shows the leads. 35 dollars includes the postage motordoc
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    whiz white Perazzi Part s& Repair - P/W dealer Staff Member

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    Joe: Did you notice on eBay that someone was sell this or the trap one for $324?

    I emailed them to that effect, and their response was that their price was competitive? I had to pick myself up off the floor from laughing too much.

    These books are probably THE BEST there are out there.

    When I first started shooting competitive trap in the early 70's, I got the book and the DVD (movie on 16mm then). It was and still is, in my opinion, the number one requirement for shooters to watch.

    I attribute my successes in ATA shooting at the Grand to this book/movie/DVD, and quick movement to the 27.

    As they say, "An oldie, but goodie!"

    Whiz
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