It’s the bird that gets you into a big swing. Top shot Sam Green explains how to shoot high crossers, whether they are pheasants or clays.

Of course it’s not just how to hit a high crosser – it’s how not to miss one, either. Then it’s all about hold point. The mistake most people make with a long, high crosser, says world champion shot Sam Green, is to start with the gun mounted too low. In this video, he shows how it is easier to start above the target in order to acquire it.

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