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Shotgun Tip: The Right Way to Take a Crossing Shot

by Phil Bourjaily The video shows the right and wrong way to take crossing shots.  Mounting the gun ahead of the bird and pulling the trigger immediately is the easiest, best way to shoot crossers. When shots are as close as these brant...
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