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How to use Redring

ANGLE SHOTS WITH REDRING

  1. ALIGN THE GUN - CALMLY AND RELAXED

    When you point at a target, a side shot on clay pigeon or bird, make sure that Redring® is well behind the target. A common mistake is to start too close to the target, resulting in a badly accelerating swing.

  2. WHEN THE STARTING IMAGE IS CORRECT

    When the starting image is correct you can start the swing towards the firing image. Swing on using your whole body rotating from the ankles and the hips.

  3. WHEN SHOOTING

    When shooting, the red ring shall have passed the target up to the rehearsed firing imagContinue the after-swing

  4. CONTINUE THE AFTER-SWING

    Remember to continue the after-swing and keep the 

    butt of the gun pressed to the cheek throughout the swing.

STRAIGHTAWAY SHOTS WITH REDRING

  1. ALIGN THE GUN - CALMLY AND RELAXED

    It is essential that the gun is moved forward simultaneously as the butt of the gun is firmly put against the cheek. Everything must be done in a "pointing" movement so the barrel of the gun isn’t lowered in relation to the target.

  2. NO NEED FOR CORRECTION

    The red ring should come directly to target without any need for correction.

  3. THE RING CIRCLES THE TARGET

    When the ring circles the target, fire and it’s almost certainly a sure hit.