When you set up to call for a target, keep your muzzle low, even if, like me, you shoot low gun and it seems as though the gun isn’t in your way. For low crossers and rabbits at sporting clays, put the muzzle a lot lower than you think you need to. The other day at sporting-clays practice, we came upon a station with two low crossers, and I explained to the kids how they had to hold their guns very low in order to break them. Then, because I had my gun along, I decided to try it. I missed several, then asked one of the kids, “Where did you set up for this one?” “About two feet lower than you did,” he said. I started my muzzle two feet lower, and, suddenly, my shooting troubles went away. Two lessons here: Keep your muzzle below the bird, and do as I say, not as I do.