Enjoy the Fun and Excitement of Clay Target Shooting...
Whether you're a novice or an advanced shooter, having a firm understanding of the basics and fundamentals will certainly enhance your clay target shooting success and enjoyment. Clay target shooting is gaining in popularity across Europe and America, and especially here in the Great Northwest and the Seattle area. Whether it's a small club shoot or a major national tournament, clay target shooting (in the form of Trap Shooting, Skeet Shooting, 5-Stand, or Sporting Clays) is something the whole family can enjoy doing together!
Men, women, and kids of all ages are getting hooked on the thrill and excitement of going out to their local gun club for a fun afternoon of turning clay targets into chips and dust balls. I can provide you with a clear understanding of how each of the target games are played, and how to enjoy shooting them safely, correctly, and with success right from the start.
Again, having a solid foundation in the basics and fundamentals of shooting clay targets will certainly ease that first-time intimidation or frustration you may have. If you want to get the most out of your shooting experience, both in the field or on the range... let me help you! Just give me a call.
“I can’t say enough about how Frank changed my shooting. It’s as if the light just came on for me, and I nearly doubled my current shooting score. Now, I’m amazed if I miss a shot! There was very good progression in the lesson, it all followed logically with tons of broken clay birds in the end. Not only did the lesson exceed my expectations, it was fun at the same time. I can’t thank you enough Frank, so I’ll be back for a Skeet lesson soon!” M. C., WA
“I was invited to join a group of
friends for a pheasant and chukar hunt with hunting dogs. I thought it would be great fun to try something new, but I had no idea how to shoot a shotgun or what to expect. In
just two lessons with Frank, who's a great teacher, I learned enough to hold my own in the bird count. More importantly, I learned how to treat the dogs, where to walk and not walk, and
how give my hosts the confidence to not worry about me. As a result, they weren’t concerned at all, and I had a great time! That’s a lot of value in just two lessons, and I
can’t wait to go back for more.” B. B., WA
“My grandson was pumped when we left today. He loved the experience of learning from you. His mind is a sponge so I'm sure what he learned today at age 11, will pay many dividends as time goes by and he grows up. Many thanks for your good work!” D. P., WA
“This winter I joined the Continental Trap League, and yesterday on the last field I shot a "25" straight. I know you will pass it back to me, but thank you so much for the great instruction. I am doing 100% better since you worked with me!” S. K., WA
"Extremely skilled in both shooting and teaching, the perfect instructor!"
R. W., Stockholm, Sweden
"I was in a rut when I first met Frank. Not only did he set me straight with my trapshooting, but he got me ready for my first pheasant hunt. I nailed 3 pheasant and 1 chucker. Frank has a clear and easy way of explaining the fundamentals of shooting a shotgun. He's very patient and made it easy for me to feel relaxed and confident. Obviously, it paid off!" C. R., WA
"Great teachers make all the difference. You presented the fundamentals of the sport in a way that made perfect sense; and you guided me through crucial skills development with patience and humor. By the end of our training session, it all came together and I could see significant results. Claybrakn exceeded my expectations, so I'll be back for more.” G. W., WA
“Without your instruction I would not be able to enjoy trap shooting! Thanks to you, I don't feel intimidated anymore shooting with strangers at the range. I enjoyed our time together, and would openly recommend your services to anyone wanting to improve their shooting ability. I was so impressed with your instruction I've decided to come back for a tune up this fall. My goal now, is to improve my skills so that I can compete in some of the club shoots as well as on the State level. Again, I feel your instruction was very helpful and worth the expenditure. One very satisfied client!” J. B., WA
“Your instruction was great overall. You are a very good communicator! You noticed subtle things that
needed improvement and was able to explain it in a way that made sense to me, and I could see the results!” R. O., WA
"Great Instruction... Great Fun! Thank you Frank!" T. F. & K. K., Frankfurt, Germany
“You do an excellent job conveying the skills and techniques necessary for learning how to use a shotgun successfully. Your communication skills were wonderful; it was easy to visualize what you communicated about leads, follow-through, etc. to improve my game.” L. L., WA
“You were very helpful to me. I clearly understood what you wanted me to do. Proper set up, starting with the feet and getting the stock butt correctly in the shoulder pocket, etc., automatically translates into breaking more clays with center hits. The most valuable thing you taught me was holding a higher gun. That really has made a difference! " C. L., WA
“I found your shotgun instruction highly informative and helpful in my quest to become a better Trap shooter. As a new shooter to the sport it is extremely important to receive basic lessons as a foundation to build upon later. I learned valuable techniques that I will use for years to come. I look forward to future instruction with you as I progress in the sport.” S. R., WA
"On our way home after our shotgun lesson this morning my son and I talked about what a great day we had. Not often can a father reflect on days where his son says words like that. You made our day! My son was extremely nervous about shooting a shotgun for the first time and you made him feel at ease and comfortable. You were very instrumental in my son and me continuing to shoot trap and skeet. Your knowledge of the sport, unique teaching ability and patience made for a great father and son day. Thanks so much!” S. C., WA
“Thanks again for a great morning! Out at the club yesterday I felt much more comfortable and took my time mounting the gun. I tried to be real smooth in my movements and really watched my foot position. I hit 10 straight right off and really powdered them, better than ever before, and the guys at the club noticed the difference. I'm more relaxed now, and not tired after three rounds. I need to really concentrate on improving my leads like you recommend. Great weekend!" D. W., WA