Try the SP and see
what you have
been missing
The SP, a small device
making BIG changes
Greater confidence
With the SP, you know
that you'll have a true
view of the bird

The SP is a great
choice for shooting

An approach that is successful in letting shooters keep both their eyes open throughout the shot while being discreet.

Scott Barnett AAA (7 England badges) - Mickley Hall Shooting school Nantwich
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The SP is our coaching solution to solving eye dominance in shooters who want to shoot with both eyes open. We have seen great success across all levels of shooters - from beginners right through to a shooter who has moved up to AAA in ESP. We have shooters who see an instant change, but if a shooter has been shooting for 20 years with one eye closed, a little time is needed for them to cope with all of the new information they are getting from having two eyes open. I would recommend everyone to try it.
Andrea Seefeldt Knight - Best result with the SP - Ladies Silver medal at the ICTSF World Championships 2019
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I tried the SP with small expectations and I was pleasantly surprised. It has certainly given me more confidence and consistency in my shooting and scores. With the highlight so far achieving Ladies Silver medal at the ICTSF World Championships in Ireland, July 2019. I have taken on the SP for coaching at ASK Sporting Clays, LLC. and am seeing amazing results.
Andy Dorman - Best results with the SP: ESP 92 ex 100 reg.
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I have shot for 40 years with an eye closed. The SP has allowed me to shoot with both eyes open all of the time. I now feel that I can shoot to my full potential and have already hit a PB of 92 out of 100 at a reg. The new shot picture with both eyes open took a short time to get used to, but the benefits are well worth that small amount of work.
Ian Cunliffe - Best results with the SP: 100/100 on skeet and 96 ex 100 ESP (PB and Joint high gun)
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The SP has helped my eye dominance, especially when I’m not quite on it or feeling tired. I’ve positioned it so that I see it when the gun is slightly out of my face but it disappears when the gun is positioned ready for shooting. By doing this it gets my right eye’s attention but it doesn’t come into play when shooting targets, taking away any left eye dominance.
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