If you’ve been to the clays range, and you’ve never shot a rabbit target, you should definitely try it. A clay target bouncing and rolling along the ground is one of the most difficult targets to hit for a lot of shooters because it can move quite erratically, as if it has a mind of it’s own, hence the name. It’s a great way to broaden your shotgun skills and become a better shot for hunting applications—it’s also a fun deviation from typical airborne target trajectories. In this episode of Make That Shot!, shotgun expert and instructor Phil Bourjaily shows you how to master the rabbit target.