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I've watched Phil Kiner's video about 50 times. It really comes together if you learn the video and then attend one of his clinics. Dan
 

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I got both Phil and Harlan's videos for Christmas. I've watched them both and like both of them. There are a couple of interesting points where they give contradictory advice. But I got stuff out of one that was missing in the other. It is really a good combination. Definitely something that needs to be watched multiple times. There is a ton of information in each of them. Can't say that one is any better than the other but they are a little different.
 

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Mickey,

I've got about 9 or so Trap DVDs, and have picked up something from all of them at different times.

The one's I go back to most often, are Phil Kiner's, and Harlan Campbell's.

If you're looking for just one to start with, get Phil's, he covers everything nicely on one disc. When you're ready for more, Harlan breaks it down on two discs, one for singles, one for handicap and doubles.

Jim
 

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Wanted to announce that in addition to me Shotgun Sport's is now stocking my Dad's instructional DVD's. They are stocking Trapshooting with Frank Little's 3 DVD Collector's Edition. This set is digitally remastered and includes Singles and Handicap, Doubles, and The One Eyed Shooter. They are $59.95 plus shipping and handling. Thank you for your continued interest. Kim
 
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