By: Mark ShaneI saw Bryan Bilinsky's video in VHS format some years ago and it changed my shooting life (for the extreme better). Every other shooting "method" seems to encourage measuring leads and therefore being aware of the muzzles. You cannot serve two masters ... you cannot focus on the muzzles and the bird without slowing the gun down. You'll miss behind. You'll start tracking the bird. You'll be shooting completely consciously and your brain will get in your way. The ONLY way, for me, at least, is to look at the bird and ONLY THE BIRD. Then, assuming my gun fits me right, as I focus my eyes on the bird's "beak", when I mount the gun I fire the instant it touches my cheek. Simple right? No thinking, right? It's very very diffucult to stop tracking the bird, to stop measuring and to stop looking at the muzzles. Bryan Bilinsky will show you how to avoid all this mayhem and submit to the most relaxed and elegant looking mount and swing. It' s pure Zen and all you have to do is look at the bird (and practice that mount until you're blue in the face). Simplicity ... beauty ... kills the bird every single time. Tey it, you'll like turning off that computer between your ears. Mark Shane
Review ID: 271
out of 5-stars.