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Shooting Practice at Home

By: Paul Giambrone, III What are we doing during these unprecedented times?  Personally, my shed, garage and closet have never been so organized and my reloaders are actually setup again and working!  I’m thinking about clearing out and organizing the attic next!  In...

Gun Fit: Art vs. Science

By: Paul Giambrone, III One of the hottest topics amongst the shooting sports is proper gun fit. And just like anything else, everyone has their own opinion on what they think is "right." The thing that bothers me the most is when someone tells a newer shooter the gun...

How to Stay Balanced While Shooting

By: Paul Giambrone, III All too often I will see shooters taking a step when they are finishing a shot or throwing their arms towards the target and making them off balance.  When we finish the shot, both feet should still be on the ground and you should be perfectly...

Shooting Confidence vs. Shooting Expectations

By: Paul Giambrone, III Man I really want to do well at the State Shoot this year. Yea, this is going to be my year. I am shooting really well, things are going well, I am going to do well at State! Fast forward passed the State Shoot and you are scratching your head...

Nutrition, Hydration and Rest

By:  Paul Giambrone, III I have been traveling a good bit this Spring, as usual, enjoying seeing many of the same faces and some new ones as well.  It has been a very busy time for me and one topic that keeps coming up is diet and rest when at a...

THE GIAMBRONE BREAK

Skeet Shooting Tips and Education

My goal is to simply improve your shooting abilities and help you reach your goal(s). Many of shooters want to accomplish great things in our sport, while others just want to have fun and enjoy some time with friends. Either way, with my professional instruction, I can help you reach your goal. With over 20 years experience in the game of skeet, I can show you anything from the basic fundamentals of our game to the mental concepts involved to make you a champion. These concepts are not limited to just skeet shooting either. You can use these concepts to help you in your every day life to be the best that you can be.

Shooting Practice at Home

Shooting Practice at Home

By: Paul Giambrone, III What are we doing during these unprecedented times?  Personally, my shed, garage and closet have never been so organized and my reloaders are actually setup again and working!  I’m thinking about clearing out and organizing the attic next!  In...

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Gun Fit: Art vs. Science

Gun Fit: Art vs. Science

By: Paul Giambrone, III One of the hottest topics amongst the shooting sports is proper gun fit. And just like anything else, everyone has their own opinion on what they think is "right." The thing that bothers me the most is when someone tells a newer shooter the gun...

read more
How to Stay Balanced While Shooting

How to Stay Balanced While Shooting

By: Paul Giambrone, III All too often I will see shooters taking a step when they are finishing a shot or throwing their arms towards the target and making them off balance.  When we finish the shot, both feet should still be on the ground and you should be perfectly...

read more
Shooting Confidence vs. Shooting Expectations

Shooting Confidence vs. Shooting Expectations

By: Paul Giambrone, III Man I really want to do well at the State Shoot this year. Yea, this is going to be my year. I am shooting really well, things are going well, I am going to do well at State! Fast forward passed the State Shoot and you are scratching your head...

read more
Nutrition, Hydration and Rest

Nutrition, Hydration and Rest

By:  Paul Giambrone, III I have been traveling a good bit this Spring, as usual, enjoying seeing many of the same faces and some new ones as well.  It has been a very busy time for me and one topic that keeps coming up is diet and rest when at a...

read more
Soft to Hard Focus Transition

Soft to Hard Focus Transition

Every shooter that has ever taken a lesson with me knows how much emphasis I put on the eyes.  The eyes and how you use them are the most important thing on the skeet field, with keeping your cheek attached to the gun at a close second (as long as the gun fits...

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