If you want to learn where to place your feet more precisely for shooting targets, find your natural point of aim. With the gun mounted, pretend you’re a sideways pendulum. Swing the gun back and forth, making smaller and smaller swings until your body and the gun come to rest. Wherever your gun is pointing, that’s your natural point of aim. When you set your feet for skeet or sporting clays, you want your natural point of aim to be at the spot where you will break the target. For trap, set your feet for the farthest left angle at each post (right angle for left-handers) and you’re good.