If you’re in that latter group, you’ve got some cramming to do. Regardless of whether you go the gun club or someone’s pasture, concentrate on these three things: head on the stock, eye on the target, match the target’s speed. The two biggest errors most shooters make are looking at the bead, not the bird, and moving the gun way too fast. However much or little you practice—and I’d say a couple of shorter, 75-round practices are better than one marathon session—think about focusing on the target and matching the speed of the target with your swing. Remember, too, that if your head isn’t on the gun, it won’t shoot where you look.