CAPTURE IT ALL ON VIDEO

Handgun

15 Stations of Sporting Clays
15 Stations of Sporting Clays (Unedited)
How to Break Incoming Pair
National Sporting Clays Champion
Comparing GoPro to ShotKam
Look What You Can Do with ShotKam
The 4 Shooting Techniques
Aiming vs Leading
15 Stations of Sporting Clays
15 Stations of Sporting Clays (Unedited)
How to Break Incoming Pair
Shooting from Different Distances
How to Improve Your Shooting
Breaking 20 Targets
Shooting Mistakes to Avoid

Rifle

Shooting with Increasing Handicap (16 to 27 Yards)
Shooting Doubles at all 5 Stations
Trap Shooting—27 Yard Handicap Line
Station 1—Analysis of 5 Missed Targets
Station 2—Analysis of 5 Missed Targets
Trap Doubles: Two Pairs From Every Station
Trap Doubles Compilation - Made by "Squad Ready"
Olympic Trap Compilation - Made by "Hunting & Clay Shooting"
Hold Points - Made by Go Shooting
Olympic Trap by World Record Holder

Tactical Shotgun

Station 8 Shooting Tips
Station 7 Shooting Tips
How to Shoot Station 6
How to Shoot Station 4
How to Shoot Station 2
How to Shoot Station 1
Skeet Shooting—All 8 Stations
Final Score: 17 out of 25 (Unedited Round)
American Skeet - Made by Go Shooting

From ShotKam Community

Better Shotgun Shooting with ShotKam Camera? | Gould Brothers
GHILLIE SUIT GOOSE HUNT CHALLENGE!! (Insane Results)
Red Stag Hunt in Poland
ShotKam Review
Pigeon shooting, ShotKam, Enforcer Decoys
Getting to the Top in Trap: ShotKam with Chris Batha
Superb Irish driven pheasant shooting - Fieldsports Ireland, episode 4
7 SHELL CHALLENGE!!! PIGEON SHOOT WITH SHOTKAM
Bird Hunting Compilation by Bobby Guy
Learning How To Shoot Skeet with ShotKam

Teaching Archive

Trade-in Program Europe

Step 1: Confirm you are eligible All 1st and 2nd Generation ShotKams are eligible for our trade-in program. To determine your ShotKam model, please refer to What ShotKam model do I have? Step 2: Your trade-in value By trading in your old unit, you would get our new 3rd Generation ShotKam for just €349 (compared to €649). All taxes already included. Please refer to What countries do you ship to? for shipping rates specific to your location.  Step 3: Mailing in your old ShotKam  To proceed with the trade-in, please print out and complete our Return Authorization Form. Then, mail us the following at your convenience:  Your 1st or 2nd Generation ShotKam: camera tube only (NO brackets, hard case, or accessories please) - a piece of bubble wrap/newspaper is enough padding. Printed and completed Return Authorization Form inside the package.  Ensure your name is on the outside of the package, and ship it to our Return Center in Florida, USA:  ShotKam Trade-in6590 East Rogers CircleBoca Raton, Florida 33487United States+1 561 961 0032   Step 4: Email confirmation After you have sent your old ShotKam in the mail for trade-in, please email us at Support@ShotKam.com with your tracking information so we can confirm once we’ve received it. We will contact you as soon as we process your unit for trade-in.     FAQ: Do you have other Return Center locations? No, we only have one Return Center, located in Florida, USA. We do not have any international centers, but gladly accept packages from most countries.    Do I need proof of purchase to trade-in? No, you do not need proof of purchase to proceed with our trade-in program. We accept all older units back for upgrades.   How long does the trade-in process take? Once we've received your old unit and you've completed your trade-in purchase, we will fulfill your new 3rd Generation ShotKam order within 1 business day.    I've changed my mind. Can I get my old unit back? No, all trade-in transactions are final. Once we've received your old unit and completed your upgrade, we cannot send your old unit back to you.   

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Warranty

30-Day Money Back Guarantee: If you are not 100% satisfied, we're happy to help you return or exchange your purchase. Contact us within 30 days of receiving your order, then we will email you the steps for a full refund.* Any items damaged due to reasons not covered under warranty cannot be accepted back for refund under our Money Back Guarantee. NOTE: This guarantee only applies to orders placed on ShotKam’s webstore at shotkam.com. * Associated shipping fees are not refundable.   How to Return for Refund:  Request a Return Authorization Form by emailing Support@shotkam.com or messaging us through our Contact Us website form.   Two (2) Year Warranty: If any technical issue arises within two years of purchase, we will repair or replace your camera free of charge. The warranty is non-transferable and remains solely with the original buyer. It does not transfer if the camera is sold to a new buyer. In addition to the "Warranty Details" below, ShotKam may restrict warranty services when damage is caused by abnormal usage or water damage when the rear cap was not on (water can enter through USB port). This warranty does NOT cover any camera that has been either: Disassembled (e.g. removal of front lens cap or back green lock ring). Altered, repaired, or modified. Damaged or destroyed by accidents or similar events or by any intentional, reckless, or negligent acts or omissions of any party.     Warranty Details: Do not attempt to repair or modify the ShotKam Camera yourself. Disassembling the ShotKam Camera will void your warrant. This includes removing the front lens or the rear colorful metal ring that securely keeps the PCB inside the metal tubing. The only removable piece is the rear screw-on cap. ShotKam LLC (“Manufacturer”) warrants to the original end user (“Purchaser”) that for 2 years from delivery date (“Warranty Period”) the ShotKam camera (excluding any third party software) and accessories (“Product”) will be free from defects in materials and workmanship when properly installed and used for its intended purpose and in its intended operating environment. In the event of a defect, return the Product to the Manufacturer, but only after instructed to do so by Manufacturer. Email ShotKam LLC at support@shotkam.com for a Return Authorization Form. Purchaser shall ship and bear the cost of shipping the Product to Manufacturer, and Manufacturer shall bear the cost of shipping the Product back to Purchaser (after the completion of service under this limited warranty). Purchaser’s exclusive remedy and Manufacturer’s entire liability under this warranty will be for Manufacturer at its option to repair or replace the Product or refund purchase price less any rebates. Manufacturer does not warrant against loss of any data (including data stored on Product returned to Manufacturer for service), and assumes no liability for such loss. Manufacturer does not warrant against barrel damage. Purchaser must ensure the bracket's rubber pads are flush against the barrel as this will avoid any marks on the barrel. Do not remove or bend the rubber pads on the mount. Purchaser assumes all liability, and as such releases Manufacturer from any liability, for any accident, injury, damage, death, loss, illegal activity or any other claim that may occur resulting from or during use of the Product, whether or not such use is foreseeable by Manufacturer.

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Bobby Guy — Goose Hunting with ShotKam

Shop Camera Now > We’ve recently had the opportunity to partner with hunting pro and YouTube star, Bobby Guy. In this video, Bobby takes the ShotKam out for the first time on a goose hunt.  Hunting Facts:  A ghillie suit is a type of camouflage clothing designed to resemble a background environment such as foliage, snow, or sand. It is usually a net or cloth garment covered in loose strips of burlap, cloth, or twine, sometimes made to look like leaves and twigs, and decorated with scraps of foliage from the area. Geese don’t see color the way we do. They see red, green, yellow, and blue more vibrantly as a result of their retinas. They also have an extra set of cones, which allows them to see UV radiation. Geese are extremely sensitive to light and glares, so hunters should keep their guns down until ready to shoot. Hunting with the ShotKam:  The ShotKam Camera is 100% weatherproof when the rear cap is ON. It is fine in rain/hunting scenarios, but it is not submersible, so it is not for underwater sports. The removable rear cap can be taken off for charging, then screwed on before shooting in order to protect the USB port from water damage.  The ShotKam automatically comes with a 12 Gauge Quick Release Bracket. We do have sub gauges if needed (20 Ga, 28 Ga, .410, 12 Ga SxS).  Battery life: the ShotKam will last 4-5 hours when hunting.  The ShotKam’s unique light-balancing technology will automatically adjust to varying light conditions, whether indoor or outdoor. The field-of-view is optimized for targets ranging from 5 to 100 yards and is effectively 4x magnified. The zoom cannot be adjusted, so targets beyond 100 yards will look small (equivalent to what they look like with the naked eye). More hunting videos filmed with the ShotKam can be found here.  Follow Bobby on Social Media:  Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/bobby_guy_films/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/BobbyguyFilms/ Bobby’s Gear: Franchi Affinity 12 gauge 3 inch shells Modified choke (temporary) - https://www.choketube.com/choke-tube-product-details-R.php?Winchester-Choke-Tubes&mf=9 Muck Boots - https://www.muckbootcompany.com/products/mens-arctic-sport-tall-boots?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI-Ljov5Lt6AIVk4zICh24EgP6EAAYAiAAEgKAOPD_BwE Sitka Gear - https://www.sitkagear.com/products/dakota-hoody/waterfowl-marsh Under Armor Thermal - https://www.underarmour.com/en-us/search?q=Under+Armour+UA+Men+ColdGear+Infrared+Thermo+Crew+Shirt Thermasole Sole Inserts - https://www.thewarmingstore.com/thermacell-heated-insoles.html Hot Hands - https://hothands.com Wiley X Glasses - https://www.wileyx.com Sign up below to receive our monthly Newsletter. Whether you’re a Master Class Shooter or a weekend warrior, our content is always relevant, interesting, and informational. We’ll be partnering with professionals across all disciplines over the next few months - you don’t want to miss this.  Get Special Offers and Exclusive Shooting Tips Sign up for deals and news about our latest shooting videos. Get the new series called "Shooting Tips From the Pros" with top instructors. Full Name Email* Yes! Notify Me   Shop Camera Now >  

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Shooting Tips from the Pros - Episode 1

In our first episode of Shooting Tips from the Pros, Emily interviews professional trapshooter, Kayle Browning.  In this episode, Kayle answers our customer's most frequently asked questions about trapshooting. What is the difference between American trap, Bunker trap, and International trap? K: "Bunker" trap is a nickname for International trap, so those are the same thing. In Bunker trap, there is an underground bunker with 15 different machines, and the angles are a lot harder (compared to American trap). The targets can variate 45 degrees left or right, and can go up to 3 meters high. In American trap, there is only one machine that isolates, and the height of the targets are the same.  The targets in American trap come out at about 42 MPH, but in Bunker trap, can be about 68 MPH (depending on where you are).  Do you clearly see the target from the beginning of the trap house to where you broke the clay? Kayle uses her ShotKam video to explain her focal point, hold point, and to analyze one of her shots.  By watching Kayle's ShotKam video, we see that once the target comes out of the trap house, her gun (represented by the ShotKam's reticle) does not move. When the target gets above the gun barrel, her eyes go to the target, but the target is not yet clear. As soon as Kayle feels like she's got a clear visual connection, then she'll start her gun moving straight to the target. (See 3:39 in the video to hear the full explanation from Kayle.) Do you prefer fixed or interchangeable chokes? What is your favorite choke size? K: When shooting competitively, I like to use a sporting barrel, as it allows me to interchange my chokes. I use Improved Modified on the bottom for my first shot, then a Full Choke on my top barrel. When hunting, I like to use fixed barrels, particularly the Parcours from Krieghoff. I like to use the Parcours when shooting Sporting Clays and FITASC as well.  What are the best ways to practice at home? K: If you've got a trap machine at home, then that is a great option. If you don't, then there are a few drills you can do at home to practice. You can practice your gun mount in a mirror so you can watch yourself. For example, if you are canting your gun when mounting it, then you will be able to catch this when watching yourself in a mirror. Then, there is the indoor eye drill. You can put different "targets" up on a wall, and mount your gun. When you call "pull", move your eyes to the target first, then move your gun.  The last way (and my favorite) I'd recommend is if you've got a ShotKam - video analysis at home is a great way to "practice". Watch your videos and analyze yourself. Did I make a good move? Did my eyes lead first? The ShotKam is a great way to diagnose yourself while you're at home. To Learn More About Kayle: Visit Kayle's website here: https://www.kaylebrowning.com/ Subscribe to her podcast "Beyond the Podium" (with David Radulovich, World Champion) here: http://beyondthepodiumpodcast.com/ For Apple devices, subscribe to "Beyond the Podium" on Apple Podcasts here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/beyond-the-podium/id1508428247     Shop The ShotKam Camera Now >

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