One of the most challenging stations on the sporting clays field is the fast-rolling "rabbit." You can increase your chances of hitting this bouncing target by paying close attention to a couple of things. Check out these tips from champion competitive clays shooter Jane Brown Keller, a founding member of the Annie Oakley Shooters.
Tips & Tactics | Jane Brown Keller: Shooting Rabbit Targets
posted on July 18, 2020
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