Bouncing bunnies are among the most challenging sporting clay targets you can shoot. Just when you have a line on them, they bounce. Top shot Ben Husthwaite explains a foolproof way of shooting them.
Currently at the SGC we have a rabbit on hole #15 of the Sporting Clay course.
One of the hardest things to wrap your brain around is how much to lead a clay target as it flies through the air. Many times the lead required is much more substantial then what you may think.
Here’s how to shoot a clay target at 20, 40, and 60 yards. This shooting technique is called “sustained lead” where the gun’s distance ahead of the clay is maintained throughout the shot.