Finding your natural point of aim (NPA) is one of the most important aspects of downrange accuracy. The goal of NPA is to lessen natural body movement that could affect your shot. Of course it's impossible to completely eliminate those natural body movements, but it's possible to minimize their impact on your shot by finding your natural point of aim. In this episode of Tips & Tactics, sponsored by Cabela's Outdoor Fund, Kristy Titus explains the process of testing your natural point of aim with a rifle, and Gabby Franco follows up to explain that the same can be done when shooting a pistol.
Tips & Tactics | Kristy Titus: Natural Point of Aim
The next great woman clays shooter is out there--Winchester and SCTP are here to help her grow.
A portion of the sales of the pistol will benefit the Former Texas Rangers Foundation, whose mission is to support the historical preservation and values of the Texas Rangers.
Next to your shotgun, the gear you take to the range can mean the difference between breaking just a few or a lot of clays. Champion competitive clays shooter Jane Brown Keller, a founding member of the Annie Oakley Shooters, shows us the important gear she never forgets to pack before heading to the clays field.