Over Under Shotgun Trick Shots With The Gould Brothers

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At one-time shooting displays were much more widespread, but today exhibition shooters are becoming near extinct. Thankfully the American tradition continues with duos like the Gould Brothers shooting team. In their latest video, the brother’s set the semi-auto shotguns they are so fond of aside and break out the classic Winchester 101 over-under.

The Winchester 101 has been shooting clays and bagging birds since its introduction in 1963. The brothers show us that the old over-under still has it by making some pretty impressive trick shots like throwing two clays, shooting one, ejecting the empty, reloading and breaking the second clay. While watching it, I kept thinking “woulda missed that one” making the video that much more impressive. At this point, I think I am convinced that the brothers aren’t exactly human, but instead some sort of polite Terminator that was programmed to end all clay pigeons.

Want to find out when the Gould Brothers might be in your area? Head on over to their website for more information about the team and their schedule by clicking HERE. You can also keep up with them on their YouTube channel HERE, make sure to subscribe to catch the latest videos as they come out.



Patrick R

Patrick is a Senior Writer for The Firearm Blog and works in the shooting sports industry. He is an avid recreational shooter and a verified gun nerd. With a lifelong passion for shooting, he has a love for all types of firearms, especially handguns and the AR-15 platform. Patrick may be contacted at tfbpatrick@gmail.com.

The above post is my opinion and does not reflect the views of any company or organization.


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  • Nicks87

    Give me a break. All it takes is practice to make these shots. If most of us shooting enthusiasts weren’t busy with work, school, raising a family, life in general, etc. and had access to limitless amounts of clay pigeons and shot shells, we could probably replicate these “trick shots”. “some sort of polite Terminator” ?? please.

    • M.M.D.C.

      It sounds like somebody needs a beer. Or three.

      • Kevin Harron

        If it’s American beer, then at least 6. 😛

        • M.M.D.C.

          There’s another kind??

        • John Yossarian

          Are you talking Pilsners? Because we now have good beer in America as well – In fact, it’s some of the best.

          • plingr2

            I don’t think that US Pilsner taste like original Pilsner beer.

    • Bill

      If not practice , at least a lot of takes and a really patient camera operator.

    • Blake

      “All it takes is practice” to win a gold medal in skeet, too. But it turns out that (like top-shelf trick shooing) not that many people do.

      So just sit back & enjoy the fruits of their labor (free of charge) in the form of some awesome shotgunning, mmmkay?

    • steve

      seriously. I say the same thing about professional athletes, artists, and doctors. I mean, if I went to school for 10 years I could do heart transplant to. those goofy bastards. LET ME CUT SOMEONE OPEN!!!

  • TheNotoriousIUD

    I wish I had some land in the country where I could just go f-ck around with shotguns.

    I seriously hate indoor ranges.

    • SP mclaughlin

      What’s wrong with the American Shooting Center?

      • TheNotoriousIUD

        Well first of all I dont know what that is.

        • SP mclaughlin

          mein neger
          16500 Westheimer Pkwy, Houston, TX 77082

  • TheWarriorWorkshop

    That’s so 80’s

  • Kjk

    The douche brothers.

    • Norm Glitz

      Somebody’s jealous!

  • Blake

    RIP Tom Knapp, & kudos to the Gould Brothers for keeping trick shotgunning alive.

    Oh, & over-unders are awesome BTW.

  • DanGoodShot

    Jeez. I tried posting a link to a good video of theirs on u tube done with dude perfect that was not just some good shooting but really entertaining. what did that get booted for???

  • David169

    Please lose the “music” it certainly detracts from the video.