Move about 15 yards to one side of the trap, which should be set to throw birds that cross in front of you. Start with a mounted gun as in Lesson 1. Point the gun in front of you, with the muzzle held slightly below the projected path of the bird. Cut your eyes back in the direction of the trap to see the bird coming. Keep the gun still until the bird almost reaches the barrel, then ease the muzzle ahead of the target and shoot in front of it. If chips fly off the back end, shoot a little farther in front. Shoot five left-to-rights, switch, then on your next turn shoot five right-to-lefts. Shoot three boxes.