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I've been shooting clays for about a year ,but just started shooting more skeet ,I'm realy struggling with the high house ,I can hit it on the first and last station and got no problems with the low house ,I was told I was winding to far back to the high house and then playing catch up ,any help appreciated

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Little bit of a late reply, but I'm new here, so.....

 

For a right handed shooter L-R crossers can be tough because the swing naturally pulls the gun away from the face. You may want to make sure you are keeping solid contact to the gun when you swing L-R. Like they say, wood to wood.

 

Another thing I noticed, and I do it, too. Often when one has trouble with a station or a slump they start to subconsciously lift their head to see if they've broken the clay. So again, wood to wood.

 

But, what I try to do when I find I'm starting to stuff on crossers is to intentionally try to miss in front of the clay. It's hard to do. Try to miss six feet in front. Try to shoot way out in front. If you try to only miss a little in front you'll be behind the clay?

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