Indoor Shotgun Training with
THE ULTIMATE PRACTICE SHOOTING SYSTEM
fundamentals are the core, the framework that ultimately encompass
all that is required for success, because everything is built
on basics. Truth be known, there are no advanced techniques.
The alleged advanced shooter merely executes the basics smoother,
more efficiently, and faster than others. If a shooter wants
to improve his shooting, he can do so by understanding and
repeating the basics at a more proficient level." By
Daniel L. Schindler, Sporting Clays magazine.
Instructor experiences success with the Ultimate Practice Shooting
Dyer, 4-H Instructor, Atlanta, GA, emailed these comments about
the Ultimate Practice Shooting System:
this is the BEST tool to train a new shooter with.
to use the Laser Friday night with one of our new shooters
and I was amazed, literally, at the difference this tool makes.
[Using the LaserShooter] I checked the point of impact and
then put him on the target [using the LaserPro]. The
target was moving from 3:00 to 9:00. He was holding
his shotgun at the 6:00 position and lifting the gun straight
up instead of tracking the target. After I explained
the correct procedure for swinging the gun and putting "lead"
on the target he started connecting with the laser dots and
his reply was "Hey that's a lot easier". If
I had not had this tool there is no telling how long he would
have continued to mount and swing his gun incorrectly
This was all the confirmation I needed and now I can't wait
to show other coaches and students how good this tool is.
was using it and she immediately noticed her swing was not
smooth and the laser would 'wobble' up and down as she swung
the gun from corner to corner along the ceiling. I corrected
her stance and she could see the improvement immediately on
the next swing.
the best tool I have ever used to show new shooters the basic
concept of shooting a shotgun. You can tell them until
your blue in the face but seeing the "writing on the
wall", so to speak, is all they need! Once you
show them how to correct the problem and get them to practice
it a few times it becomes second nature and they will remember
can Mount-Swing-Lead-Fire-Follow Through
and shoot 500 rounds a day without recoil or cost.
golfers hit 500 balls a day in their daily practice regimen.
Now shooters can reach the same level of excellence by using
the LaserShooter-LaserPro Ultimate Practice Shooting System
by Robert Louis Company. It's all about REPETITIONS,
leading to MUSCLE MEMORY.
out the VIDEO and the details of using the Ultimate Practice
from George in WI
Thanks for standing behind your
product. I now consider my
LaserPro and LaserShooter to be
essential to my practice routine.
I feel my snese of timing stays
sharp with 10-15 minutes a day
practice. Thanks again.
Email from Another Fan, Jan. 12, 2012
I'd drop you a note. I've shot trap for years and recently
switched over to sporting clays. My club added a five stand
course overlayed on a skeet field last year. So...I've been
struggling for the last year to hit those fast left &
right crossers. I used your LaserShooter and LaserPro set
on doubles to practice the lead. I drilled 2-3 times a day
with that for the last 6 days. Last night was my first chance
to try it out at the club.
our 25 round five stand course we shoot at 3 targets from
both the high & low skeet houses. So 12 chances in the
two rounds I shot last night to see if the LaserPro practice
had helped...I only missed one! Could not believe it. Not
saying I'm an expert by no means...but I have not shot those
two targets so well...ever!
works. Thanks again for such a great product!
from a fellow Skeet and Sporting Clays Shooter Al Peterson,
Skeet Chairman, Fairfield County Fish & Game Protective
Association, Newtown, CT
began using the LaserShooter/LaserPro during the second week
of our ten week Winter Skeet League. I am by no means a great
skeet shooter. After two frustrating weeks of breaking sub-40
scores (out of 50) I immediately began seeing improvements.
The LaserShooter immediately enabled me to see flaws in my
gun fit, swing and stance that needed correction. My first
3 weeks average was a 38 out of 50. Within just two weeks
of working with the LaserShooter/LaserPro, my average had
improved by 3 birds to a 41. Upon conclusion of the league,
my average for the last 5 weeks had climbed to a 45 our of
50, including several straights. This was accomplished using
the LaserShooter 3 nights a week for 20-30 minutes at a time.
My swing became noticeably smoother, my timing sharper. Gun
fit was easily adjusted to accommodate winter apparel. All
done in a recoil free environment and without incurring 4-5
boxes of ammo costs per session. I continue to use the LaserShooter/
LaserPro today and will report more once the sporting clays
season hits full swing."
also suggested that we improve our advertising to highlight
more reasons to use our Ultimate Practice Shooting System,
1. Visually exposes flaws in gun fit, mount and swing
(all costing several times the amount of the unit from
2. Recoil-free practice
3. Builds muscle memory
4. Improves timing
5. Visually train different shooting techniques such as pull
away, sustained lead and swing through
6. Simulates all major target presentations
7. Economical -- less than 2 month payback, assuming three
100 shot sessions/week
8. Share it amongst family, friends and club members!
from Greg N, Warren, PA. -- Uses his LaserShooter for Multiple
have been using your laser shooter for almost a year now.
I really enjoy the practice that it gives me. It helps me
stay familiar with my shotgun(s) and helps develop muscle
memory for proper gun mount and swing technique. It has been
especially useful in helping me with the adjustable stocks
on my shotguns. With the help of the laser shooter I have
been able to see where the point of impact is for each gun
and adjust the stock so that the gun is shooting where I am
looking. The laser shooter is also a great tool to use when
introducing new shooters to the shooting sports game. It helps
in fitting the gun to the shooter so that the gun is shooting
where they are looking which gives them success much earlier.
The Ultimate Practice Shooting System consists of a number of components: The LaserShooter, the LaserPro, the Wobbler, and a
Banner. Buy the entire system or individual components, depending on your needs or goals.
Level I -- LaserShooter
Read what Ed Clapper, aka averagEd, has to say about the LaserShooter in the April 2013 edition of Shotgun Sports Magazine
The LASERSHOOTER will significantly improve your shooting skills. Not only
can you make sure your gun is fitting properly, but you can also check the
accuracy of your gun fit while improving your mount and swing. Further, it
starts you on the road to perfection by allowing you to do meaningful repetitions,
typically in concert with the LaserPro.
The LaserShooter fits into the muzzle of your shotgun and centers itself perfectly
every time to ensure continuous, accurate alignment from gun to target. A wire
runs from the LaserShooter to a metal ring which you place on your trigger finger.
Then, when you touch the gun trigger, you fire the laser. The LaserShooter shows
you exactly where you are aiming and, therefore, how to correct your mistakes.
Placing the LaserShooter in your Gun Barrel
The LaserShooter is constructed of aluminum with 3 brass contact balls in the
gauge adaptor to assure centering in the gun's bore. No harm can come to the
bore or choke as a result of inserting the LaserShooter.
There are two points of electric conductivity:
1. Inside the bore by the three brass balls
2. By the laser shaft touching the gun's muzzle.
Two points of contact assures good conductivity even with dirty bores or removeable
chokes. We neither use nor recommend plastic parts that can be dissolved by
harsh bore cleaners.
The LASERSHOOTER (Patent Pending) comes in 4 gauges -- 12, 20, 28, and
410. The 12 gauge fits a 10 gauge shotgun and the 20 gauge fits a 16 gauge gun.
The LaserShooter is available in Red and Green laser lights.The Red Laser-
Shooter is very bright and can be used outdoors as well as indoors. The
Green LaserShooter, however, is the brighter of the two lasers and is best for
very bright locations.
The Green LASERSHOOTER (Patent Pending) was developed so multiple
"shooters" can compete with each other and distinguish between their shots,
one person using the Red LaserShooter and one using the Green LaserShooter.
Practicing with the LaserShooter 10 to 15 minutes a day will improve your
The All-Gauge LaserShooter is MADE IN THE USA. The UltraBrite
Red Laser is Twice as Bright as the industry standard with no cost increase.
Trigger Switch is an independent LaserShooter wiring
system that offers the following advantages over the
standard electric ground finger ring system:
Works on any shotgun, including the new Benellis,
Franchis, Blasers, and some Brownings that have non-conductive
coatings on their internals that exclude the standard
electronic ground system from working;
2. Great for TRAP SHOOTERS who like to rest their
finger on the trigger before shooting;
3. Enhances the shooting experience by making the
shooter “pull” the trigger – not
just touch it – to fire the laser.
Trigger Switch will work with both the red and green
LaserShooters and also with the Arrow LaserShot.
If you want a touch of realism added to your shooting practice,
you can add the BANG BOX to your Red LaserShooter to hear
the shot sound when you "pull" the trigger and fire the laser.
Just clip the Bang Box to your shirt pocket or belt or place it
on a nearby table. Every time you shoot, you'll hear the shot!
Video of All-Gauge LaserShooter
Using the Red LaserShooter for gun fitting is the best way to ensure
accurate gun fit. With the LaserShooter installed in the gun barrel
(any choke, including screw-in chokes)and the finger ring placed on
the trigger finger, the shooter mounts his gun as he would normally
and then aims and fires at the supplied target. The resulting shot will
be obvious to both the shooter and the fitter and adjustments can be
made to set up the shotgun stock or rib so that the shooter is aiming
where the gun is pointing. It will also indicate barrels that are not
shooting at the same point of aim or converging or diverging, a typical
reason for consistent missing with a particular barrel.
The Red LaserShooter and the Shotgun Combo Gauge are the perfect
combination of tools for determining accurate gun fit.
shooting club I belong to owns The ultimate Practice
Shooting System that they loan out to members. I was
able to check out all of my shotguns at home with this
device to confirm that I was shooting where I was looking.
I was able to adjust two of my guns that have adjustable
combs to where they needed to be and the auto loaders
with shim systems could be likewise adjusted. I would
recomend anyone in the stock fitting or gun sales busniess
to consider the many uses this product provides.
I recently purchased a shotgun from a dealer who had
the laser system and found that the gun was right on
the money as far as where I was looking.
spent a pleasant couple of hours Sunday evening teaching
a friend's 12 year old son about shotgunning. Your Basic
Ultimate Practice System system was a big part of the
instruction and I was truly amazed at how quickly this
kid mastered the basics of mounting his gun and swinging
through the moving laser generated target. By the time
we were done Sunday evening, this kid looked as if he
had been born with a shotgun in his hands. Perhaps he
is a child shooting prodigy, or maybe I'm a better instructor
than I thought, but I believe the lion's share of our
success belongs to your laser training system. Plus,
the kid really had a great time using your system. It
made the learning process kinetic and fun for him.
believe your system is a much better way to introduce
a new shooter to shotgunning than to have the person
simply start shooting at clay targets with live ammunition.
Your system offers the necessary elements for learning
to shoot a shotgun (a moving target and feedback on
where the gun is actually pointed relative to the target)
without the distraction of the noise and recoil.
Also, I believe the lack of a sense of urgency about
breaking an actual target allows the student to acquire
the basics much more quickly and less stressfully.
boy's gun mount was so good and his swing was so smooth
by the time we were done that I am really looking forward
now to shooting clay targets at the club with him next
week. I am confident that having laid a proper gun handling
foundation with your laser system, he will easily make
the transition to breaking real targets.
I should add that your system works well for experienced
shooters, as well as beginners. I sometimes find my
gun mount getting sloppy in the excitement of a grouse
hunt, and early season when the leaves are still up
and the limited visibility makes for very brief shooting
opportunities, I find myself falling into a deplorable
"stab and shoot" shooting style. A little
practice with your system during the evenings in my
30' Airstream trailer that is my grouse camp always
helps to restore a proper gun mount and gets me back
to a smooth swing when shooting.
for your wonderful laser training system.
Bob DanaherNovember 2015
I just want to drop you a line and tell you how happy I am with the Ultimate
Shooting System. Over the last couple of months since using the system
my skeet scores have improved dramatically. I was stuck in the 18-19 rut
consistently until…. The Ultimate Shooting System. My confidence, target
acquiring, and gun mounting improvement directly effected my scores.
I am now banging 23-25 each round. Just a couple of minutes a night has
given me the muscle memory and fluid mounting motion for better target
acquiring and tracking. I would recommend this system to anybody that
is a serious shooting enthusiast.
(sent by email, Nov. 8, 2011)
From Norway (Jan. 2016):
The use of your ultimate practice shooting system has made a
tremendous difference to my shooting capabilities over the last
two years. I am now 57years old, and a few years back my shooting
started deteriorating, both at the range and during hunting. I suspect
that changes in eye dominance may have been involved. Two years ago
I started using your system on an almost daily basis, just a few minutes
each time. Gradually, my skills have improved, and now I am a better
wingshooter than I ever was when I was younger. This year I had triple
hits when going grouse hunting (I use a semiauto with 3 shots capacity)
for the first time. What a feeling :-) And my season total has tripled
these last two years, with respect to both grouse and waterfowl. I believe
that the regular training, using your laser system, is a major part of the
reason for this improvement. It has made me both more accurate and faster.
Kristian M. Lien
Level II -- LaserShooter plus the LaserPro
White Lightning Moving Target Laser Projector
allows you to perfect
your gun mount and swing for all the shooting sports
-- skeet, trap, sporting clays or live bird shooting.
Used together with the LASERSHOOTER, the LASERPRO
brings moving target practice that all but duplicates
field conditions. Practice is interesting and challenging
and you can watch your skills evolve as you increase
the target speed and direction. Reproduce skeet targets
and trap targets, and for sporting clays, duplicate
chandelles, a simulpair, jumping teal and overhead
all about repetitions and gun
mount and swing.
selection, the LaserPro projects either one or two
moving lasers. With two
lasers, the lead laser is the point of aim, the trailing
laser is the target. With a LaserShooter in the muzzle
of your gun you
can see if you are firing behind, in front of, above
or below the target. You can also see if you are keeping
the gun moving after firing. You can adjust
the speed, the direction, the window, and the angle
of the moving lasers. You can also operate the
laser lights with a voice command (e.g., "Pull")
or automatically in a continuous loop. The LaserPro
has UlltraBrite 635 NM red lasers, which are at least
twice as bright as the standard red laser popular
in the industry, and rechargeable batteries which
will give you 20 hours of continuous use.
two LaserPros and you can easily practice shooting
LaserPro sets up in seconds, and requires no power,
no projector, no computer.
from California Enthusiast
Jeanne and Bob,
from the other side! (California) I have been around
shotguns mostly all of my life. While the U.S. Olympic
Team has never asked me to try out, I do have enough
skill to hit the broad side of a barn and then some.
When I first called, I only wanted the laser pointer,
but Bob muscled me into the White Lightning projector.
I have had them for about two weeks. Aside from being
fun, they are highly convenient. I am a Republican and
we don't do well with complicated set-up. This device
is simple and works in the living room. For not even
ten minutes practice per day, I have become exponentially
better on our local clays course. The Skeet chokes have
been pulled out and the Imp/Mod are in so that I can
see a puff of smoke rather than broken pieces. I am
not breaking or cracking targets, I am smoking them
off the face of the earth! I cannot wait for the Waterfowl
season to open. I am not a shooting sensei, but I am
guessing that the combination of target movement off
the White Lightning unit and the trigger wire on the
laser pointer give you undeniable feedback on what you
need to do. You just can't ignore what you see with
your own eyes. You get a change of mindset that goes
from "Am I going to hit the target?"
to "The weapon needs to point HERE!"
just before you pull the trigger. You get a more sophisticated
sight picture and lose concern for where the weapon
is pointed. We'll be talking about the Wobbler soon!
[These devices] are brilliantly simple and undeniably
Best Personal Regards,
Thomas C. Watts III
EXERCISES FOR THE PRACTICING TRAP SHOOTER
exercising using the Red or Green Laser Shooter and
the LaserPro moving target projector, the practicing
trap shooter must go back to the raw basics for the
most effective use of his time and energy. Especially
the new shooter. Repetition practice is imperative for
muscle memory development and using our Laser Practice
Shooting System supplies that.
Much like basketball, football or baseball practice,
very little of practice sessions includes the actual
full game experience. Practicing and perfecting each
of the individual parts of a game, like throwing, dribbling,
passing, tackling, avoidance running, batting, catching,
etc., before playing the whole game is the best way
to achieve success. The same idea is required for the
practicing trap shooter before he attempts game style
Crossing Targets - You must learn to hit a crossing
target. If you do not command that basic skill, you
will never be competent at hitting the hard right and
1. Set up the LaserPro selector switch to "Doubles"
and adjust the speed so that the moving laser targets
are at standard speed, i.e., 2.5 seconds from the selected
point-to-point extremes in your home or club wall.
2. Practice coming from behind the target on its flight
path quickly overtaking and passing through the target
to an acceptable lead and shoot--all of this accomplished
as smoothly and quickly as possible. As you build your
confidence and skills, you will increase the target
speed to, say, 2 seconds from point to point--and then
go through the same drills.
3. Do this drill from both the left and right targets.
4. Attempt to shoot the target before it gets to the
center point of its travels. Avoid riding the target.
Learn to shoot the target quickly and without any thought
letting your instincts operate your swing and shot.
5. The shooter MUST in any practice circumstance continue
moving the gun after the shot for a complete follow-through.
The follow-through after the shot should be a natural
part of every shot at a moving target. Poking, especially
at "going away" or quartering trap targets
will break some but not consistently or predictably.
Poking at targets is unique to the trap game and must
be avoided to become a good shot.
Concentrate. Your whole concentration is on the moving
target. The gun rib during the shot sequence should
be a blur or shadow and your eye focus and concentration
is 100% devoted to the target.Quartering Targets
1. Set up the LaserPro for a quartering target--left
or right--and distance.
2. Set the desired speed and then set the LaserPro for
3. When you say "PULL," the moving target
will appear instantly.
4. Project the "Doubles" targets and learn
to shoot the back and then the front target with two
distinct and separate shots. This will really help you--and,
of course, keep the gun moving on the flight path after
the shot. This is much harder than the crossing target
practice. Learn to get on the target quickly, lead it
and shoot keeping your gun moving on the target path
after the shot. Your personal presentation at the moving
target should be smooth, highly disciplined, and automatic
without a lot of thought--instinctively bang-bang at
the two targets and as quickly as possible in a controlled
matter. Really great trap shooters will shoot the target
after the release under one second of flight time.
5. Practice this doing both left and rights. Practicing
these simple moves and with ever increasing target
speed will change your trap game dramatically. Keep
gun and your Laser System handy. Practice in short 5
minute sessions if that is better for you.
The more you practice the better you will get -- no
question about it.
THE 10,000 MOVES GOAL It is today's thought that 10,000
units of practice is required to attain excellence.
Ultimate Practice Shooting System can get you there.
any 15 minute practice session you should shoot your
gun 200 times. If you do that 5 times a week that's
1000 shots. In 10 weeks you will get to the 10,000 shot
All of this without any cost --except your original
purchase -- and in your home.
The WOBBLER Olympic Gold True Target Oscillator
oscillating mechanism of the Wobbler moves the LaserPro
continuously from left to right and back right to
left, "shooting" out targets that simulate
real life Sporting Clays and Trap
WOBBLER Olympic Gold True
was developed for the shooter who wants to use
targets that are more real life representations
of those in Sporting Clays and Trap than can be
presented by the LaserPro alone. The LaserPro
used alone will shoot out targets in a consistent
straight line. When attached to the Wobbler, the
LaserPro is constantly oscillating back and forth
and will shoot out targets that are curved, rising
or falling at an angle, a driven bird, jumping
teal, or chandelle. For Trap shooters, the Wobbler
will shoot out targets from different starting
points, making them just as unpredictable as they
are on the Trap range.
Wobbler raises the level of difficulty of your
practice shooting, increasing your ability to
hit those challenging targets and significantly
enhancing your hand-eye coordination.
Wobbler has a 3-prong, 115v plug with a 6' cord.
-- Puts you in the zone
SKEET and TRAP RANGE BANNER
(9' X 54")
SKEET and TRAP RANGE BANNER provides a realistic background
for practice shooting both skeet and trap. Measuring 9'
wide x 54" long, the banner has sturdy brass grommets (not
shown) for hanging on any wall and is made of a flexible material
that is easy to roll up and transport to other locations.
CASES - Great for storing and carrying your laser productsARRY
Pro-Kitholds your LaserShooter and LaserPro training products
in a single enclosure. Lightweight and sturdy, the Pro-Kit is
made of molded polypropylene. A Pattern Plate on the outside of
the case makes it easy to set up your practice range wherever
you go. Size is 14" x 11" x 3".
multiple LaserShooters, extra gauge converters, LaserPro (1 or
2) and the Wobbler. Made of dark blue molded polypropylene. Measures
20" x 15" x 4".
The Gun Fitter's Case is made of green canvas and leather with
sturdy brass fittings and a green felt interior. Can hold multiple
LaserShooters, a LaserPro, a Shotgun Combo Gauge and a
BoreMaster. Measures 32-1/2" x 9-1/2" x 4".
following is an unsolicited email from a grateful shooter from
couple months ago I bought your system, my eyes had changed
and my Right eye became my ‘Master Eye’ again, after
flash damage to it in Viet Nam. I’m right handed as I
told you. I had spent years shooting with one eye closed because
using a spot on my glasses to force my right eye to take over,
gave me such a headache that I almost quit hunting. My shooting
average in Trap was 7 to 10, mostly closer to the 7. In skeet
I was a 3 to 5. I had various instructors, but nothing helped.
No one could tell me what was wrong, yet when I was young I
was an outstanding shotgun shooter, I started using a 410 at
the age of 6, being raised on a farm in Ohio, this was quite
normal. Also for deer hunting that was all we were allowed to
use in the state, I used a 16 ga for years and never failed
to get a deer.
Now to get down to why I’m writing, I have
been practicing with your system since it arrived, at first
every day about 10 to 15 min. each time. I found that my biggest
problem, which no one had been able to recognize before, was
I had my head to low on the stock, I was using the shotgun more
as a rifle, which as we both know, is a definite ‘No,
No’. Second major was I was stopping my follow through
just before I squeezed the trigger, which is quite common and
seems everyone does it to some extent or other. I practiced
for two weeks before I went back out to the range, shot 2 rounds
of Skeet and 2 rounds of Trap. Skeet Rd 1 – 10 Rd 2 –
15, Trap Rd 1 – 7 Rd 2 – 12. This past Monday I
went out to the range ( I go every couple of weeks) and these
were the results Skeet, Rd 1 – 17 Rd 2 – 21, Trap
Rd 1 – 18 Rd 2 – 23.
You are right in that the system shows you
your mistakes and your errors, I still practice 3 to 4 times
a week mostly to keep my hand in, the hardest part to learn,
is to shoot again with both eyes open. I found that there are
several ways to enhance your system to give you a more realistic
view of the birds on your canvas. I took 2 pieces of 1/4”
plywood (full size 4’ by 8’) and hinged them together.
I mounted your canvas on them, I then build an adjustable stand
that I vary the degree of tilt from vertical to 60 degrees if
I want. It gives the birds a more realistic flight pattern,
especially in trap.
I wrote to Thank You for giving me back something that I’ve
always loved to do, but been frustrated for years. It’s
now enjoyable again to go shooting.
final test was I went to Mexico last weekend to a hunting ranch
down there. They
unlimited hunting in quail and dove(and Rattle snakes). I used
their guns(To much of a hassle to take mine), which I wasn’t
used to, but I got the limit of 20 birds with 26 shots and 15
quail with 18 shots. I haven’t done that good since I
was a kid.
Last but not least, I have recommended your system to several
of my friends that I know are having troubles. I also have a
couple that live close to me that come over a couple times a
week to practice. We all have improved.
Feature -- Convert your Shotgun Red LaserShooter
to a Pistolero PistoLaser or a Rifle Practice Shooting
If you already own a Red LaserShooter, you can convert
it to a pistol or rifle practice shooting system
by adding our new caliber kits.
Pistol Shooters: Select any of the pistol caliber
adapters (22, 357/9mm, 40, 44, or 45), which will
fit the Red LaserShooter nose cose, and you can
practice pistol shooting. Kit includes one caliber
adapter and two trigger wires. Price $88.00.
Rifle Shooters: Select a .223 or .308 caliber adapter
to insert into the nose cone of your Red LaserShooter
and practice rifle shooting. Includes a long shaft
to use with guns with flash hiders. Price each caliber:
groups such as Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, 4-H, and
Scholastic Shooting organizations and women
who are G.R.I.T.S. members receive special discounted
pricing, which is not available online. Must call