Looks to be field type stocks on at least two of the guns. That and neither of those two shooters were pulling the gun into his shoulder pocket with the gun control hand! The 4th shot, that bird might be good eating, not many pellets in that one with just a small piece off the bottom? Hap
All the shooters in the video are showing poor shooting style. All arms and legs everywhere. The gun handling is sub standard. They almost look suprised when the gun discharges.
If we are going to post trap shooting video's then at least can we have experienced shooters, displaying some decent shooting style.
That video would be a good training aid for beginners, showing what NOT to do
Jim, when we try locating the distance a shooter shoots the bird out of the house, most speed up their shooting! Zoom in at a distance and see the real thing? Maybe it's coach and camera butterflies that get in the way sometimes. Hap
NTSC quality video (standard TV) has 30 frames per second of film. If you slow things down, you can pick up some things that you might have missed before. That is why many sports now use instant replay. I am NOT advocating it for shoots... just for training especially youth shooters. A number of posters use the PC platform for computing. You get Windows Movie Maker II free with XP OS. Put in you Firewire (IEEE1394) cable to your camera and PC, and you can copy your shoot footage to a computer. It will break it into segments for you based on background scene changes. Drag all or some to the time line. Pick the segment you want to slow down and use #2 Video effects, then choose slow down to half speed, and you can pick which parts you want to slow down. I have slowed video security film footage down by applying this 1/2 reduction several times to the same segment. It really makes things easier to point out to kids when they can see on your screen what you are talking about. Parents love it too! IMHO