|Shooting Form||Gun Fitting / Stock fitting|
Web Address: http://www.philkiner.com
Phil has been holding trap shooting clinics since 1982. He has been on the All American Team every year since 1982 with the exception of 1983 and holds a number of both ATA and World shooting records.
Web Address: http://www.kayohye.com
Kay offers two and three day trap shooting workshops. He is a member of the Trap Shooting Hall of Fame and has fitted thousands of stocks. He has won over 125 New Jersey State Championships as well as numerous Eastern Zone, National, the Grand American All-Around and North American Clay Target Championships with a 35 year ATA average of 99.68. Kay is also a member of the Trapshooting Hall of Fame.
|Todd & Jerry Nelson|
Web Address: www.gunfitter.com
Todd & Jerry Nelson do gun fittings using two mobile workshops, and cover 30 states. Todd has been fitting stocks since 1981. He is an ATA, NSSA and NSCA coach and is currently the Advanced Coach Trainer for TNSCTP and Coach Trainer for the NSSA. The best way to reach Todd is via a text message at 256-762-6559.
Web Address: http://www.b-r-s-i.com
Ken is a NSCA Level 2, Instructor, an NRA Level 1 Shotgun Coach, a CSM/TRACS Certified Instructor and the Virginia NSCA Delegate. Ken instructs at the Bull Run Shooting Center in Virginia.
Web Address: Http://www.rogergascoigneshootingcoach.com
Associate of the Institute of Clay Shooting Instructors (UK) Clay Pigeon Shooting Association(UK) Certified Coach NSSA Level 1 Skeet Instructor NSCA Life Member NRA Life Member Author of "Sporting Clays Tips" (e-book on Amazon)
|Steve Maltzahn (Maltz)|
Steve has been shooting for 42 years and has won many shooting awards He is the current Iowa singles champ and last year's Vet champ with a 98+% shooting average in 2013 (in all kinds of weather). He conducts shooting clinics on a local basis. He is also very knowledgeable in the field of shooting optics and owns Clay Target Optics with many satisfied customers. Steve hunts doves and water foul and shoots trap as well as sporting clays competitively and 5 stand informally.
Web Address: http://randywakeman.com
Spencer is a retired botany professor, a NSCA Level I instructor as well as a Kansas Hunter Education Instructor. His preferred shooting discipline is sporting clays when he is not hunting. His articles about shooting and hunting have been published in many magazines, most recently in "Clay Shooting USA."