Acknowledgements Introduction Part One: Skeet Shooting Fundamentals 1. Guns and Equipment 2. Shooting Form (with Todd Nelson) 3. Gun Fit and Mount (with Todd Nelson) 4. Hold Points and Shooting Methods 5. Hitting the Target 6. Eye Dominance and Vision 7. Flinching and Release Triggers 8. Mental Focus Part Two: The Individual Stations 9. Station 1 10. Station 2 11. Station 3 12. Station 4 13. Station 5 14. Station 6 15. Station 7 16. Station 8 17. Doubles at All Stations Part Three: Other Principles 18. Safety on the Skeet Range 19. The Rules of Skeet 20. Skeet Shooting Etiquette 21. Teaching and Coaching Appendix: The Mechanics of Skeet Shooting Bibliography About the Author Index
King Heiple is one of the National Skeet Shooting Association's ten Master Instructors. He is a life member of the Ohio State Skeet Shooting Association and in 2001 was inducted into its Hall of Fame. Heiple lives in Pepper Pike, Ohio. Contributor Todd Nelson writes a column for Skeet Shooting Review and Trap & Field magazines .