Lots of DTL shooters tend to mount the gun left or right of the centre of the trap house roof depending on which stand they?re shooting from.
Others, though, prefer a ?neutral? hold over the middle of the trap with a mounted gun regardless of which peg they?re shooting from.
The first method helps keep gun movement to a minimum when a target is thrown.
The neutral hold, however, reduces the chances of a shooter compensating for, or guessing, the angle of the next target.
It?s also an approach that creates consistency in terms of timing and speed of movement – you call for a bird, watch it leave the trap and then swing into it.
Both techniques ratchet up big scores and you should try both to see which suits you best ? then stick to it!
Swapping between them will wreck your consistency.