Shooting the new Beretta 690 Field III
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Here are the details and shooting impressions on Beretta’s brand new 690 Field III over/under. Get all you need to know about this wonderful and affordable shotgun on Shotgun Life at http://bit.ly/WAXqDy

Facing Grim Certainties: It’s Going to Be a Rough Duck Season
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Holly Heyser sounds a warning call for the dire situation of duck hunting in California, especially on public lands, in her July column “Butt, Belly Beak Bang.” Drought, farming policies and competition herald a tough upcoming season. Read Holly’s assessment on Shotgun Life at http://tinyurl.com/ol5m65v.

Elizabeth Lanier’s Lifestyle Column on Shotgun Life
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Elizabeth Lanier’s Lifestyle July column is on Shotgun Life with some incredible photos and tips. OK, ladies, it’s your turn now at http://tinyurl.com/ps5vqo7 .

New “Coordinated Shooting Method” Breaks Through Traditional Regimented Sporting Clays Lessons for Quick Results
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Last month, some of the top sporting clays instructors gathered at Hermitage Farm Shooting Sports to learn a new way of teaching sporting clays called the Coordinated Shooting Method — or CSM. Developed by the legendary instructor John Higgins, it promises a rapid learning curve especially for new shooters. Check out the story on Shotgun Life at http://tinyurl.com/nxvw4z6 .

Touch-and-Go Sporting Clays
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Chuck Foster of Deep River Sporting Clays introduces us to the Touch-and-Go method of shooting sporting clays. What does Touch-and-Go have to do with consistently breaking targets? You approach the target, touch it, and then pull ahead for the proper forward allowance. Details on Shotgun Life at http://tinyurl.com/oz8eqj5.

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